To get to Kesennuma these days, Japan's biggest port town about two hours by bullet train northwest of Tokyo, I had to take a taxi yesterday an hour to the coast.It's cold and snowing here, with only a few inches on the ground, but a total whiteout.
I’m usually not a fan of platters.More precisely, I tend to shy away from any sort of mass-service, group-intended eating from the trough.I avoid buffets like a Bears fan shuns Lambeau and don’t want anything to do with those &ldq
Chicago isn't exactly New York City or San Francisco when it comes to amazing sushi joints. I was just walking through San Francisco's Japantown earlier this week, and couldn't get over the number of Japanese restaurants patronized by ex-pats. But we do have a few gems.