A blog of Japan. You can see Japanese daily life and scenery through my camera. All photos are taken in Funabashi city and surround.
Those paper lanterns are hung outside of a yakitoriya."Yakitoriya" is a kind of Izakaya (Japanese pub).It mainly serve "yakitori".And "yakitori" is a grilled skewered chicken.It is good with not only Sake but also beer.
I like the paper lanterns and I think I'd love the pup. I've never drank sake...can you describe the taste?
I have really heard a lot about the lanterns of China and this is so Beautiful !! I really would like to have for my home..:)Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan
Jacob, I like sake, but it is difficult for me put the taset into words.Try to have it!
Sake is definitely an acquired taste! Love the lanterns, they are so vibrant.
Yakitori are definitively one of my favorite japanese food!!I did not know there were "yakitoria". But I must confess I eat them with water, sake is much to strong to me.And to answer to Jacob, I'd say that drinking sake is strange:it's like drinking dry water, and then feeling fire in instant combustion in your mouth!ÜBy the way, the lanterns are really beautyful.
Love these red lanterns!
Fabulous shot Nobu! This lantern is really beautiful and I have tasted SAKE once in my life but I think it is a little bit strong for me!Maybe to drink SAKE in a cold day to warm up could be a good idea!!!!Léia
They have great colour:)
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