Ok, that didn't make sense but I will be posting very often for the rest of this month.
First up, let me start with the most recent thing: this year's ゼミ合宿 (zemi gasshuku) or zemi camp. We went to Yamaguchi for 3 days.
On the first day, though, we actually spent most of our time in Mojiko, which you'll recognise as not-Yamaguchi. We gathered around 11, so by the time it was lunch, we were around Mojiko. Hence, stopping by for a bite of yaki-curry.
I found the shop to be really beautiful, from the shop front to the decor
And to the deer posing near the door:
I decided to get the 王様焼きカレーセット (King Yaki-curry set) with the fugu karaage. I didn't realise that this meant that I would be eating more fugu on this trip than I ever have in my whole life.
|But I really liked this|
Not pictured: Banana tea (Mojiko loves its banana products). The tea was pretty good, though, since it wasn't overly sweet. In contrast, the dessert was very sweet:
|pineapple cake, ice-cream and I think granola sprinkled on it|
Blue wing bridge, which I don't remember crossing before:
And just before it was time to go back, I managed to see the bridge close!
I actually really like just walking about, because it's really chill here.
Plus it's so pretty!
I managed to refrain from buying omiyage, but I was like O.O at this display jar of sea urchin (though my kouhai says it's probably not real)
We arrived in Yamaguchi at night, so tomorrow, my post will be on Day 2 of the camp - Hagi and Akiyoshi cave.