The only site seeing I did this on this trip was the Snoopy Museum Tokyo. The museum was a for a limited time and it ends September 30, 2018. Thus, I had to go! Located in Roppongi Hills, it's a 10 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Roppongi Station (exit 3) or Tokyo Metro Azabujuban Station (exit 7). I suggest going out from Roppongi Station because when if you go from Azabujuban Station, there is an extremely steep hill upwards to get there. I did the Azabujuban route and woah ..
From a whim, I decided to go to Tokyo. A very short four day trip by myself to shop and eat. I've been to Tokyo a lot (a total of four times now) and I don't even go to the tourist sites any longer. Thus, my posts will not provide tourist travel tips. I'll only provide information on where I ate on this trip. Now, you may wonder, how can I go travelling on my own? Is it safe? I feel Japan is probably one of the safest places to travel. But as a female, you still do not want t
Doria gratin is a Japanese creation. Found in restaurants in Japan that serve western food, it is their interpretation of what Westerners eat. It basically is baked rice that is baked with a white sauce and cheese. It's extremely popular and if you go to grocery stores that sell Japanese food, they have lots of packages of pre-made white sauce that you can use to create your own doria at home. Most of them look like the packages of Japanese style curry. A while ago, I found a
Bangers and mash. Very typical British dish much like fish and chips. But what is it? Well ... it's basically sausages and mashed potatoes. That's it. You can make it simple. You can make it luxurious. But whatever you do, it's basically sausages and mashed potatoes. This dish is a pretty easy dish to make for one person and doesn't take long to make at all with ingredients that are commonly found in your pantry. It's a great after work dinner with a bottle of beer. You can u
I love pressed sandwiches but due to my small kitchen, I didn't want to buy a pressed sandwich machine. Though there are small ones, it's still something I need to plug in. That was until I found this awesome little item in Tokyo! The land of small kitchens would of course come up with small kitchen utensils! Behold the pressed sandwich mold! Or the Grill Hot Sand as it was written on the package. There is even a video of how to use it on their official site. I found this at