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Monday, April 23, 2012

Tokyo Japanese Restaurant - Cincinnati, USA

Good morning,

Our daughter, Catherine, and her friend, Bill, took My Honey and me out to dinner at their favorite Japanese Restaurant.  We have been here before so knew we were in for a treat.
Soup and salad.  Healthy, huh!
We shared a whole bunch of sushi...
...and more sushi...
 ...and even more sushi...
 ...then the four of us shared two dinners.  The one above is a salmon dinner...
 ...and this is a steak dinner.

Can anyone say FOOD COMA?  ;)  It was fantastic!

Thank you, Catherine and Bill!

Lois

14 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

One pf life's pleasures is to dine in nice restaurants with people you love. :)

rkbsnana said...

Well that seemed a lot of sushi but look fabulous. Great company too, huh?

VP said...

I like almost everything from Japan, but not the food. I tried it several times, it is not bad, but it is too different from our basics, even if many friends of mine enjoy it quite often.
I hope that being an Italian who lives in Tuscany will be considered a mitigating circumstance in this case!

Rose said...

One of my daughters would love the sushi...

sounds like a nice time!

Jo's This and That said...

Never tied it! Love Chinese! Thanks for sharing Joann

TexWisGirl said...

nothing better than onion soup, ginger salad and hibachi!

Happy Days said...

Boy! that's a lot of food!! I like some sushi but not all. My daughter is a big sushi fan! Nifty looking place!! ...debbie

Montanagirl said...

Don't think I've ever eaten Japanese food before.

Bob Bushell said...

Lots of fishy things, that's what I think.

NixBlog said...

That looks like wonderful feast, Lois! Japanese food is so beautifully presented always, so it's a pleasure to photograph it as well as eat it! :-)

Chip Allen said...

Our oldest daughter loves Japanese food but I just can't do sushi. Glad you had a good time!

Tanya said...

Looks delicious!!

Maple Lane said...

I am so hungry!!!!!

Lynette said...

Lots and lots of pretty food. I'm not surprised you entered the food coma zone!