On a Saturday morning, leftover tasks from Friday evening made me sick. I could not feel relaxed until I finished them up. When I felt irritated, the sound: hooo-hoke-Kyo came outside. It was a singing of Uguisu (Japanese Bush Warbler).
After a long day at work, it’s not uncommon to be lured by the delicious scent of grilled chicken on the streets of Izakaya. The source of this aroma is Yakitori-ya, a Japanese restaurant that specializes in charcoal-grilled chicken skewers.
Foods in Japan stimulate our multiple senses. Delicious foods have not only good tastes but also good appearance, smells, and texture.
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