Saturday, May 8, 2010

Japan in Singapore, Making Delicious Happy Time

Singapore offers us tastes of other Asian cultures. For example, Japanese stores have won us over on sake. We recently bought Japanese playing cards, which are safer due to the warning not to throw them.You can tell something about a culture by what's on its cards. I have a rice & edamame pair! I trump you with my Queen of Scary Knives.Nothing says right bower like a rainbow. (Research has just shown that most readers won't know what a bower is, so substitute card lingo of your regional choice).We also enjoy healthy Japanese food. Barry is shown here eating bacon-wrapped cheese teppanyaki.And here is Barry's favourite Japanese cereal: Criscorn. Bears, Eurasian farmers and tanukis are also big fans.
And no post on Japan would be complete without some Engrish. Happy Birthday, all sweet dreams come true now.
This bag, from the Japanese store, tells us what Koreans think about Romanian wine.And tells us about nature - it gives you relaxation and composure - all this in a $2 bag!
I prefer Japanese products for lapping presents.
Finally, as advised, I've stopped the use with other thing, for now anyway.