Monday, 1 December 2014

Oishī!


Hokkaido is renowned for its beautiful scenery and sightseeing locations, but don't forget to sink your tastebuds into their seafood. You can get the freshest seafood right from the northern ocean to your plate. I felt so satisfied with my bowl of sushi rice topped with succulent crab meat, scallops and salmon roe. After a satisfying meal, I continued my journey exploring the streets of Hokkaido. Having more than just a spectacular view, Hokkaido is a food heaven for seafood and cafe lovers. I decided to end my day having a cup of cold draft beer before heading back.


15 comments :

  1. Wow, beautiful pictures! x

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  2. Beautiful photographs! I love seeing different cultures as I'm so used to London, looks amazing there :)

    Hannah x | hannatalks

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  3. "Hokkaido is a food heaven for seafood and cafe lovers." I guess that this is where I was meant to be! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  4. How fun!!! Your pics are so beautiful!! Thanks for sharing. xx Pam

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  5. These photos are so beautiful and vivid! Japan is such a stunning country.

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  6. Beautiful pictures! I love your post! Thanks for sharing!
    XO
    Jeanne
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  7. Beautiful photography! The food looks amazing!! x

    Always, Alice x

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  8. Amazing photos - sounds incredible and the food looks so yummy - perfect for me as I'm a pescetarian :) xx

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  9. Great images, so colourful. Love the froffy beer.

    Buckets & Spades

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  10. This is definitely a place I have to go to and the food looks stunningly delicious.
    xoxo

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  11. Omg, I just returned from a two week holiday in Japan. I'm already missing Kirin and this post isn't helping any. I'm not even a beer drinker but for some reason while in Tokyo, I fell in love with it. Well, at least with Kirin. We went to, two different Kirin City locations. Weird because we can't get Kirin here in New York City.

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