{narita} city eats

July 19, 2016

One of the ways Japan is similar with Taiwan is that restaurants along the street will have plastic versions of their food in the windows so as to entice people to go into their restaurant and order their delicious-looking food. This was for sure the case in Narita where there are lots of tourists who don’t speak Japanese and often make their food choices based on what it looks like. I walked by so many food options and had quite a difficult time deciding what to buy. In the end though, time was running short so I bought a cold bento to eat back at the airport. Even though it was cold and not at a nice sit down Japanese restaurant, it was still quite delicious and very filling. Yum! I also really enjoyed buying canned coffee from the coffee vending machines … so much fun!

Read about our other Japanese adventures here: omotesando st. sightsfamous for unagishinshoji temple

A tasty photo adventure:

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One Response to “{narita} city eats”

  1. Annalice Chang said

    oo that bento box looks amazing!! could really go for some real japanese sushi

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