Now, I was simply the waitress in this, but it was really fun. Plus, we had curry rice and 豚汁 (butajiru - pork soup) and it was delicious!) If you're ever in Fukuoka the next time there's a bazaar, be sure to come down!
And while this I'll be sharing my experience with photos, I won't be showing photos with faces in them out of privacy to my Church members.
|One part of the old clothes section. There are actually some|
pretty nice stuff.
|Main dining hall, where I was the waitress|
|A sample of the hand-made items. And only 50yen!|
|Preparing the goods. They're delicious and|
you but them as you walk past the window. Somehow,
that really appeals to me.
|The 'goods in question'. All sorts of delicious food, ready for you to buy|
and consume (or buy, bring home and consume, you pick)
|I didn't actually get to browse through here.|
But then again, I don't need so many bags :p
I believe this section also sold things like photo frames, dishes,
|And of course, knicknacks like this musical sheperdess|
|Persimons! Good for you and delicious!|
|Books for sale!|
|Food coupons that I received from a church member.|
|Coffee and cookies corner.|
|So cute :D|
|More cuteness. This I bought XD|
|My lunch! Homemade curry rice!|
|And a huge bowl of butajiru!|