Feeding My Ohana took a little break from cooking to take in the sights, cadence, and of course, food of Japan.
Aesthetics in all things are taken very seriously in Japan. Food and drink are no exception.
As a first impression, drink in Japanese tea. On a lacquered saucer with a gold-rimmed porcelain tea cup. Note that the green tea is just strong enough to taste, well, like tea, but still light enough that the flower inside the cup still shows through.
And this is the free stuff at the hotel.
Much more to come.