|Mr. Man in front of our beautiful Starbucks view|
|Still looks the same...with a bit of Japanese at the bottom|
I wish I would have be smart enough to take a bunch of pictures of all of the weird things we saw...but I was just taking it all in. My favorite things were a utensil apparatus that could switch the top portion from a fork to a spoon to chopsticks. It was near the trillions of bento boxes. ;) I also loved the chopsticks training tool. I think I'm going to get it for the kids to use. Pretty cool. There is Disney stuff EVERYWHERE. The Japanese LOVE Disney. You can even buy Disney cell phones...not like a case but where it actually has Mickey as the background and the on button is a little Mickey. We had a great time. Lady Loo used some of her Christmas money to get a purse, a tin piggy bank and some chapstick. All a bit on the cheap side, but she was happy.
|training chopsticks source alibaba.com|
Apparently they also give out snacks and treats to people who do business with them! My kind of people! The 2 in the back were sort of like rice crispy treats covered in a thin icing with itty bitty cheese chunks in it. Odd...yet strangely ok. The front bag is little quarter sized hard candies that taste a bit like mild burnt sugar. VERY VERY YUMMY!!!
We got to meet Lady Loo's teacher who happens to be from the same PNW town we're from! Small world. It made us all feel a little better about sending our sweet girl to such a HUGE school.
|Lady Loo at her new desk!|