I studied with Ju Eun today! We worked on an assignment together.
As usual we messed around and laughed a lotBut it’s all right because we did get our work done. Study dates aren’t conducive without a bit of fun, anyway. Otherwise we’d just be a pair of stressed out bricks.
It rained in the afternoon
Before dinner we made a quick stop at the Kumamoto Fair in the supermarket. I adore these food fairs because they’re like a little festival and during the Japan ones they bring in Japanese chefs who smile and welcome you to their stall while they do things like chop tuna up in front of people. I ate nishime manjuu—steamed bun with my beloved bamboo shoots as a filling.
We headed to a Japanese café called Nana’s Green Tea for dinner after that!
The two of us shared everything just to be kinder to our stomachs and our wallets.
Curry udonSomething warm to start us off. There’s always some sort of cosy feeling with curry udon.
And then there was this.
It might possibly be the best dessert I have ever seen.
So it deserves a close up.
There’s a cake in it. A cake.
And a blizzard of matcha ice cream, whipped cream, cornflakes, vanilla ice cream and a lot more sweet stuff (plus guilt) stacked on top of each other. This is the kind of thing that I’d use the word fantabulous for. A good point was that the ice cream stayed frozen for quite a long time, which was just as well because we took forever to take pictures.
Then we scooped it out bit by bit
It was a sweet addition to our study date. Even though we were doing work it was still funI think we took a lot of pictures. Haha. It’s a requirement between the two of us.
But of course