100's of booths under the train station...a tiny bit like Portland Sundy Market times 1000? Not handmade goods, but bargain goods....great tennis shoes for 900 yen, etc. But so crowded we couldn't have reached and picked them up.
Big screen t.v.'s on teh buildings were common. I think we were going the wrong way up this alley.
ever wonder what makes Japanese food so good?
piles and piles of seaweed....
more kinds of fish...
and then some more....oh, and fish flakes too!
This is one of the many shops with dog and cat clothing.
It's like a crepe pizza with ? seaweed, egg, vegies, flaked fish and some other products I couldn't identify, fried in the griddle pans, then put together and eaten like a sandwich.
He kept putting more ingredients on!
Here's the dried flaked fish.
WHAT did she say to you Patti? hehe
Tamayo took us to a great restaurant! My soup came with a fire underneath so I could cook it the way I wanted it and keep it warm. How NICE! (raw egg on top)
If only I could have focussed my camera properly!
In the center of the restaurant was a pond with the counter where people sat and ate around it.