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Thursday, 18 December 2014

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kat

that typhoon was crazy, glad you guys were able to find something for dinner(and snacks):)

Kirk

We were too Kat. We both found it interesting how folks just calmly took things in stride.

Jason

Do they let you taste a drink the special shrine water?

I like the idea of that gyoza restaurant, since it's usually relegated as an appetizer afterthought here. Looked like a nice meal to end the day.

Kirk

Hi Jason - Yes, I understand they do let you drink the water at the shrine. Perhaps we'll do that next time we're there.

These gyoza places are meant to be quick meals on the go....they are quite a few. A couple of orders of gyoza and a beer before catching your train home kind of thing.

caninecologne

Those gyoza looked pretty good! Nice and crisp on the bottom. Those were impressive looking, the Kyoto drip contraptions. I wish they cost $2.50 a glass here in the States.

Kirk

Hi CC - I know.....man, pour over and Kyoto drip are quite cheap in Japan

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