On a hot Tokyo summer day, leave it to moca to steer me away from ramen and find me a healthy washoku 和食 meal instead. This meal was definitely healthy and it tasted much better than those vegan places she’s taken me to in the past. (Not that those vegan places were bad or anything.) Anyway, I had enough ooey-gooey yamakake stickiness. Let’s head to the dome!!
As you saw from our chat above, I wanted to ride a roller coaster. But hanging out in the dome city turned out to be an amusement in itself.
What amused me most was the line of anime-looking girls waiting to take a picture in the latest purikura photo booths. I can’t believe they get all dressed up just to take a sticker picture.
According to the mob of young girls surrounding the dome, KAT-TUN was having a concert tonight. Hey wait, where’d moca go??
After rescuing moca from Doraemon’s belly, we decided to momentarily beat the heat with a green tea soft serve.
Alright, enough stalling. It’s time for some thunder!
The ride was short, but it was just what I needed. Although I’m not sure moca felt the same way. haha.
Okay, let’s get out of this heat!
On my way to work I stopped by Fukuju for their Gomoku Ramen (sorry moca, had to do it).
Sweeter than the regular ramen, it wasn’t what I thought it would be. But it was cheap. Not like that really matters.
Work was the same. I love Bassanova and I hope I can work there for at least another year, but I need a new challenge to take my mind elsewhere. Hmm, I have an idea…