Autumn Story In Japan 2013 – Last Night In Kyoto and Dinner In Hotel Room ^^

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As it is the last night in Kyoto, we decide to buy food from supermarkets and eat in our hotel room. And we manage to pack our luggage and bath before settling down for dinner. It is a wonderful and relax dinner and I really do enjoy times like that. Eating dinner on the bed and chatting / gossiping about everything under the sky. 🙂

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Look at the spread! Lol!

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Service in Japan never disappoint but exceeds expectation! Ice packs for our sushi and bento to keep these sashimi fresh even after we return to hotel, pack and bath then eat. Seriously, I am impressed!

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Salads in Japan are so fresh and yummy. Especially their sauces! 😀

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The black ‘seaweed like’ thing on the left is really good! Fried chicken on the right.

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Grilled duck on the most left is so tender and delicious! All the grilled stuffs (Yakitori), especially hearts the chicken skin. Tried Chicken Soft Bone but is so-so. 😛

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Siew-Mai in Japan is really different from Singapore. Nice if don’t compare, haha!

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Mushroom, squid and prawn salad. So fresh and good. Love the taste of this. 🙂

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Dessert. Red Bean Pancake is average. The waffles are leftover from afternoon but still taste so good in the evening! 😀

We are leaving Kyoto the next day for Tokyo. A short 4 days in Kyoto but a memorable and happy one. I love Kyoto’s culture and friendly people. Kyoto, okini!! I will come back again soon~~~ ^^

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