Last lunch in Japan was pickled plum riceballs, takoyaki octopus batter balls (see a post waaaay down), and burdock root edamame salad. Keeping it old school.
So I’m finally home. I landed in San Francisco yesterday at around 9:30 pm and then caught the 10:45 plane to San Diego. The plane ride from Tokyo to SF was ridiculously short- only 8 hours. The trip home has never been that short.
I’m still jet lagged and exhausted. I’m pretty bummed to be back, and keep thinking about all the things that I will miss. I had a truly wonderful experience and I am so glad that I was able to share it with everyone who kept updated.
I’d like to thank all of my readers, especially all of my Japanese friends and family who struggled through my colloquial English to keep up with my posts. どうもありがとうございました。日本にいた間、大変お世話になりました。
I would like to ask a favor of you- if you read my blog, please leave a comment saying what you liked about it, any favorite posts, and last impressions that you might have. I just want to be able to know who my readers are and thank you all personally 🙂
THANK YOU FOR READING!
I will probably occasionally post an update, but for now, MARI@SOUP STOCK TOKYO is finished.