I visited Osaka in July, 2015
Some places in Japan are just amazing to see, Dotombori Street in Osaka is one of them. It is an attack on your senses. The sounds, the smells, the light. All the people, some rushing by, others just wandering around. Huge lines form at the most popular street food vendors, the less popular ones shouting out their wares and prices.
The following episode happened in July, 2015
Watching him trying to eat sushi was horrible. He literally looked like he would throw up for every bite he took. He still kept trying though, he worked his way through every piece on the plate, if only a little taste. The tuna and the snapper he actually liked, he said so, but did not finish them without some encouragement.
I visited Tokyo Skytree in October 2012 and March 2014
This time in Tokyo I didn’t visit Tokyo Skytree, I have been there twice before. It was a bit cloudy on my first visit, I had to visit again on a sunny day.
Tokyo Skytree seen from Asakusa
The most famous Japanese food is probably sushi. Japan has so many other great dishes to offer, but for now sushi seems to be most popular.
The Story of Sushi: An Unlikely Saga of Raw Fish and Rice by Trevor Corson.
In The Story of Sushi, Trevor Corson follows a group of students at the California Sushi Academy. He stays with the class throughout their whole education, and through their classes and experiences manages to tell not only their story, but also the story of Sushi, both in Japan and in the US.