Big boy has to do big boy things.
Get a feel of what it’s like on the subway.
A lot of walking today for Aiden, which means tonight he doesn’t want to walk.
Back to Shibuya because we don’t know what to eat.
So Daddie decided we are going to 魚真.
We weren’t sure if they were open.
All the tables had a reserved sign on it.
And they wanted us out in about an hour.
The waiter couldn’t speak English and asked one of the guys in the back who washed dishes to be a translator
The problem was the two of them couldn’t understand each other.
I whipped out my google translate again – oh so useful!
This was Daddie’s favorite place!
For some reason when I was ready to eat the uni, I didn’t see it.
When Galen said he ate it, I totally believed him and was feeling disappointed.
Of course he hadn’t eaten it – Awkward!!
So many cute stuff around.
Eyes got to be quick!
Streets are busy, but you don’t feel the people are loud and obnoxious.
Daddie says less OL’s here.
More of a hang out spot
Nice Christmas decorations all around.
And prettier girls too – just look at that advertisement (Daddie’s thoughts)
So many people, I thought it would be disastrous but not at all.
So good we came back for more.
Yum! Even thinking about it now I am drooling.
But we can’t stop there, other delicious things to try.
Wasabi ice cream – not what Daddie expected. Item not finished.
Cute Hello Kitty tarts.
Thomas Tam recommended this.
We all loved it.
Daddie’s been craving this cream roll the moment he saw it.
Whoa! That’s a lot of cream.