Ok, so pancake day was ages ago, and it’s not really celebrated in Japan. But I missed it this year, and I wanted PANCAKES
My friend came over, and we made pancakes with fresh sweet mango sauce! (Comment if you want the recipe)
Topped with ice cream and fresh Mangos, and vanilla macadamia nut coffee on the side, I can say that this was in the top ten of my favourite brunches!
Check out this new blog from LEX (below)
If you are in Sendai and hoping to learn a new language (Japanese/English) you should come and check out this place.
Every wednesday night and Sunday lunchtime, it’s the hottest place to be, and the coolest Language Exchange programme going.
Sponsored by Lifehouse Sendai, a local church, it’s free, fun, new and exciting.
Come, talk, make friends and have a great time!
There’s no obligation, enrollment, hidden fees or commitment necessary. Come and check it out, and see if you like it! It’s that simple..
Language Exchange makes it easier for me! LEXのおかげで楽になってきてる！.
I had a day off – original plan looked something like this…
But instead it went something like this…
Hear flatmates talking and laughing – wake up.
receive unexpected guests in my pajamas
go and pick-up coffee table and rice-cooker
Go to a friend’s house and make COOKIES
Come home and do spontaneous karaoke from my iPad with flatmate
do cross-stitch while watching my friends play-fight
Isn’t it wonderful when the best laid plans go to pot?!
Went to DATE‘s old summer house for dinner.
It was the most awesome Japanese Food Experience.
Food comes in Boxes, There was a set of Armor behind me, and thee authentic atmosphere was amazing.
The company was the best, though.
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インターナショナル コスチューム パーティー！
International Costume Party!
Dinner, drink, and a chance to make international friends for a mere ¥1,500!
40-person limit, so sign up fast! All you have to do is mail LifehouseSendai@gmail.com!
It was both an easy decision, and a difficult one to decide to move here.
I knew I’d be leaving my friends, job, and beautiful room back in Tokyo, as well as distancing myself further from my wonderful family back in sunny old England.
I think my regular readers already know this, but I Love Sendai!
The people here are amazing, warm-hearted and open.
They’ve accepted this outgoing, British woman into their town and loved her.
Where are the people you love?
I don’t talk about it on this blog often, but church is amazing!
It’s a wonderful place full of people with vision, hope love and a future. Continue reading
This restaurant is great!
You will see, of a Sunday afternoon, a lot of people going there not just to eat great italian food, but for the amazing service. Continue reading
Sendai is a beautiful city
For those of you who didn’t know, Sendai is in Japan
It has may wonderful places and people. Some of which I will talk about in later posts.