C’est L’automne!

IT’S AUTUMN!!
Japan has been pretty nice lately. It hasn’t been too cold…either that or my weak San Diegan resistance towards weather has been getting tougher.
So a lot has gone on since I last posted, check the posts below.

Today my brother, mother and I went to Ginza (read: overpriced everything [$8 for a glass of milk] and craaaaaazy shopping) and then to this art museum in Roppongi to see a Picasso exhibit. I have never really been a fan of Picasso but I was really enraptured by the exhibit and had a change of heart.
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Me and my bro. Yeah I know that I look crazy but I have not been really feeling pants lately. The reason why this picture was taken is because the awning above us reads “Hashimoto Tobacco” and our Japanese last name is Hashimoto.
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Me in Roppongi….Me and my mom took refuge in the art museum there in summer when it was ridiculously hot and humid. I lovvvvvvvve it there, and the gift shop is especially kickin’.
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AHH I know I take so many pictures of food but this burger from R burger was sooooooo good. It was a ground chicken patty with sour plum sauce and a huge basil leaf instead of lettuce on a Manju (Chinese steamed bun) -style mochimochi bun.
YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUM

After food, mama n’ I went to Kiyosumi Garden, this beautiful spot that showcases awesome autumn foliage. It was pretty dark even though it was only 6 pm ish and the picture taking conditions were brutal but this is what I got.
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It was so beautiful- Willows and Momijis overlooking a quiet lake.

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In San Diego the only autumn colors like this are wildfires. It’s amazing to see leaves actually change color…it really puts you in the mood of the season.

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4 responses to “C’est L’automne!

  1. Mari, this is such a cool blog! I totally dig it – it’s like being there. Looks like Theo is just as tall as you are now – he is growing like bamboo! I love your outfits, especially the cold weather one on the train with the boots and grey coat. And I like the little Mekipo pig with the sombrero. More food pics! Keep these posts coming and send our love and best wishes to your family.
    — Ken

  2. Anne

    It looks really beautiful there in the fall.

    AND I love that you take lots of pictures of food. 🙂

  3. I’m just kind of breezing through all your posts, I haven’t checked your blog in a while. You’ve done such a great job of keeping this filled with really cool photos and info. Very cool. And I’m glad you liked the Picassos. The artworld over-saturates us with a small bit of his work . . . the stuff that has sold for the most cash, of course. So silly. His whole body of work is really amazing.

    It took me a while to appreciate him too, but he really was quite brilliant.

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