Okonomiyaki in Shanghai at Takenosuke

Okonomiyaki in Shanghai at Takenosuke

Posted by in Food, Shanghai on 18. Dec, 2011 | 5 Comments

I’m still living in Shanghai – and I’m still enjoying Japanese food whenever I can! Today I checked out an Okonomiyaki place with my wife and her friend… and her friend’s 5-year old who happened to sleep on the floor throughout the entire meal… the slacker. Okonomiyaki at Takenosuke in Shanghai The name of the [...]

Japanese Food in Shanghai: Kogumaya

Japanese Food in Shanghai: Kogumaya

Posted by in Food, Shanghai on 17. Sep, 2011 | Comments Off

In my never ending quest to eat as much Japanese food as possible, my wife and I went to Kogumaya in Shanghai on a Wednesday night for dinner. There were only two of us so we got seats at the counter. On the way to the counter we passed by lots of small rooms filled [...]


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