The Top Ten Things I Miss About Tokyo
It’s about that time of year again, when I do the list of things I miss about my adopted home when I am away from it for so many weeks. So here we go!
- Walking everywhere – I spend so much time in my car in Washington DC – even living right in the city!
- The drinking culture – because everyone drives, fewer people have a smaller number of drinks – I do love my drinks!
- My favorite sushi restaurant – Fukuzushi. In Roppongi. I never eat sushi in the U.S.
- Mount Thabor bakery in Azabu Juban – there is truly no French bakery quite like that here in DC.
- Using my iPhone like it was meant to be used – I do as little data roaming as possible here in DC, and I miss just pulling out my smart phone at will. I use a cheap, old, little Nokia phone here in DC.
- My tiny little car – I’m driving a rented Chevy Impala here in DC, which is 1.5 times bigger than my little BMW 318I in Tokyo.
- The service – I like American restaurants just fine, but the service in Tokyo is white-glove perfect, all without tipping.
- May’s Garden Spa in Roppongi. I have a pretty good hairstylist here in DC, but even if the cut is nearly as good, the experience of the salon in Tokyo is second to none!
- Japanese TV – those advertisements are a stitch!!!
- My TOILET – for reasons I will not enumerate – but suffice to say, I miss its “functions”!!
I’ll be in DC for a little over two more weeks. I love it here, but I am looking forward to going home to Tokyo.
Wakarinashita! I relate to all of it, especially Mt Thabor:-)
you right, japan is wonderful ^_^
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