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Last Saturday a friend and I headed out to Tokyo to catch one of the last Fushigi Yūgi play showings at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel.
With Sailor Moon getting a musical revival (here and here), it was only a matter of time before another girls’ anime got one as well. Fushigi Yūgi brings back so many great memories for me, because it’s how I connected with a group of girls that later became my best friends throughout high school. We would pretend we were priestesses and pass around a priestess notebook that we filled with letters, drawings, and notes to one another during class. It was silly and fun. I still consider one of these girls to be my absolute BFF even to this day.
Here’s a short summary and review of the show, with pamphlet scans, too. 🙂
Posted in Culture & Holidays, Music, Personal
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Although Japan has a lot of great restaurants and serves more varieties of ethnic cuisine than you might think considering 98% of the population is Japanese, one of the first things many foreigners start to lament here is the lack of breakfast options. Finding a restaurant that serves a proper Western breakfast all day, let alone during actual breakfast time, can be a real challenge!
Last weekend my friend K and I were hungry for a real breakfast before heading off to another edition of Hostess Club Weekender at Shin Kiba Studio Coast, and hit up the recently opened Sarabeth’s Shinagawa for brunch, located in the Atre building of Shinagawa Station. We left with our appetites satisfied, and encourage you to check it out!
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- Tagged american breakfast in tokyo, breakfast, breakfast in tokyo, breakfast joints in tokyo, brunch, brunch in tokyo, date spots, food, good eats, JR, sarabeth's, sarabeth's shinagawa, shinagawa station, tokyo, tokyo date spots