Kiharutei and Tsurumai Cosplayers

Today, we rode our bikes down to Tsurumai to try out a pork cutlet restaurant called Kiharutei that has a vegetarian macrobiotic menu. The food was really good, but SO FILLING! Literally, I have been unable to eat since then, and it’s been 7 hours.

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Kushiage is really popular in Nagoya, but it’s an off-limits food to vegetarians, since it normally includes meat. This kushiage, however, was made from seitan and onions. It was delicious!

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We also got both varieties of dandanmen. The light colored version was spicier and less salty than the black version, so we both liked that one a bit more. It was super yummy, too! However, it was definitely a two person dish, so I’d bring a friend if I were you.

The staff there was super friendly, and even gave us another dining recommendation! I learned, too, that the one chef there cooked for the Munich Olympics!! So, whether you are vegetarian or not, it’s a good place to try.

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The one chef also gave me this kusudama. I thought it was super pretty!!

After lunch, we walked around Tsurumai Park. I am so accustomed at this point to how weird things can be here, that I didn’t even notice that the park was filled with cosplayers until Teddy pointed it out. I guess that’s what happens when you see Sailor Moons walking around any time you go shopping in Osu. 😀

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This strange duck person, however, immediately alerted me to the weirdness.

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Cosplayers checking their phones.

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Teddy liked her dress a lot.

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A cosplayer looking out over the pond.

Have a great week!!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marie Elder
    Feb 24, 2014 @ 05:44:11

    Sounds great……you two surely do get around…love the pictures!

    Reply

  2. Shirley Donehoo
    Feb 24, 2014 @ 09:22:32

    That restaurant sounds good! Put that on the list for when Brittany and I visit.

    Reply

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