1) No School/No Work
2) Pancake Breakfast provided by Church Activities Committee (No cooking!)
3) We went to "100 Yen Sushi" for lunch and it was freakin' awesome!!!
Here's how it works;
You go in and they seat you in a booth.
On your way to the booth, you stop by the restroom to take your son potty.
You go back for your camera and enter the bathroom again to take some video this time, all the while hoping no one comes in to see you filming the sink. But that'll be a whole 'nother post.You watch as marvelous little dishes of food glide by your table on a conveyor belt. (Some are more marvelous than others.)You grab whatever you want to eat, and you eat it. (Cantaloupe and Chicken Nuggets are available for the kids.) Make sure you grab the plate too, not just the food. That's how they know what to charge you. They just count the empty plates! (Most items are 100 Yen.)For special orders, like say dessert, use the little order screen at your table.
Your Pink Frappe will be delivered shortly via Bullet Train. The perfect finish, to a perfect meal!!!
Want another taste? Here ya go!
Don't disparage my video editing techniques...I'm new at this!