Thursday, July 24, 2008

Koumibou

Hello! It is a tropical day again!
I hate taking packed train on such day because sometimes you're forced to stand next to sweltering passengers!!! Yikes!

Anyway, yesterday I got really sleepy and couldn't post my diary again. Gee... this steamy weather is really tiring!!!

Before I forget, I will write about last Saturday!
My boyfriend and I went out to eat creative Chinese cuisine at Koumibou. We live very close to the restaurant, but we just didn't have a chance to go there till this day!!!

The restaurant is so popular that many TV programs have featured it before!!! Once I saw it on Tsuyoshi Domoto's "Domoto Tsuyoshi no Shoujiki Shindoi"! On this program, he makes a small journey with a guest to a selected place. One day he toured our neighbors and had lunch at Koumibou. I remember he and the guest were eating Peking Duck!!! Also, the ramen that uses the broth of the duck seemed very delicious!!!

However, we couldn't have the Peking Duck. The portions were too big for us :( But we had chopped Peking Duck and vegetables served with pancakes, which was similar to the Peking Duck and was delicious!!! Also, all other dishes we had were great.

Next time, I'm gonna go there with my parents and sisters to have the Peking Duck ;)

Today, I went to lunch with my co-worker. I had a lot of vegetables to beat the summer heat! What I had was vegetable rice bowl (salad, natto, and mentaiko on top) and a green vegetable smoothie! Now I feel better!!!

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2 comments:

  1. Hello Ochi,

    Can you tell me the word for hello in Japanese? It's cooler here, especially in the evening. We don't need to use air conditioning!

    I think I would enjoy the food there in Japan very much. I love vegetables too. I have gotten many zucchini from my garden. I fix zucchini in many ways, in soups, stir-fry, breads, and parmasan.

    Your lunch sounded so good, I love pinacolada smoothies! Have a nice weekend. :)

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  2. Hello jo!

    Hello is "konnichiwa" in Japanese. You might have heard of it, yes?!

    Here, I believe today was terribly hot!!! I was in a sweat in the evening :(

    I envy you! I wish I could grow something in my garden. Zucchini here is kind of expensive! I really will find a new home with a big garden someday ;)

    Pinacolada sounds good! My boyfriend likes it, too!

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