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Monthly Archives: August 2010
Mizushima is not a pretty place. This part of my wife’s home town of Kurashiki is down right ugly to be honest with you. Mizushima is the home of JFE steel mill, Mitsubishi and Asahi Kasei just to name a … Continue reading
Pizza, pizza, I want to eat a pizza! I got hit by a violent craving for pizza yesterday. I sat all day at work revisiting my favorite pizza: New York pizza, Montreal 1$ slice after a night out drinking, my … Continue reading
Where does one go to eat a gigantic hamburger in Japan? There is a couple of options to calm my constant carnivorous quest for the perfect burger.
Bring it on Pusan! I almost never shy away from a foodie challenge and I was ready to face the almighty sashimi on my second visit to Korea this last May. Pusan is right across the sea from Fukuoka and … Continue reading