Thai Festival

Last Sunday (May 26th), we went with a coworker to a Thai Festival in Nagoya! It was down in Sakae.

Carved Melons

There were really pretty carved melon decorations there.

Muay Thai

They also had some junior high school boys doing a Muay Thai demonstration.

Muay Thai 2

One of the boxers up close.

Japanese Thai food is not like in the US where you pick your protein. So, we can’t really eat any Thai food here. But they DID have yummy desserts we could try!

Fried banana

We got deep fried bananas and sweet potatoes.

Ice Cream

We also tried fresh coconut ice cream with palm sugar, coconut jelly, sweet corn, and peanuts. It was yummy!

Paper fish

They had really pretty paper fish, too!

Also, the day before, on Saturday, we had some yummy food!

Saishoku Kenbi

Saishokukenbi is a vegetarian place that gives you way too much food for 1200 yen. 🙂 It’s very yummy, though!

Terza Bambina

Terza Bambina is an Italian place right near the karaoke place we go to. It was really good, but very small and loud.

Sunday night, I had the great joy of almost breaking my ankle, thanks to the ghetto 50 yen arcade’s dilapidated parking lot. However, despite the painful ankle, I went to a festival yesterday! I will post pictures about Nishibiwajima Matsuri next!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mom
    Jun 02, 2013 @ 15:44:29

    You are right about the yummy looking food…I have to go and get something to eat because it made me hungry just looking at it. Love the pictures!


  2. Barb Lange
    Jun 03, 2013 @ 22:43:00

    The carved mellons are amazing!


  3. rain
    Mar 07, 2014 @ 13:30:15

    Your content are useful and interesting so much.


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