Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Day 7

Brought Dad to enjoy the river side view early in the morning.

After that, we went to my favourite ramen place in Tokyo~

I had my usual kinoko ramen, which mummy enjoyed too.


Dad had this pork based ramen which was really yummy too~


After lunch, we went to Ginza for some shopping.


The roads are closed at certain times during the weekend so you can actually walk on the main road.


Had to bring my parents to this special shop in the basement of Ginza Six which specialises in orange juice because I found their ice cream really yummy~


Next stop was Kimuraya.


Dad loves red bean bun and I just had to bring him to Kimuraya to try their famous red bean buns! We bought so many~!! hahaha....we even bought some for mummy and daddy to bring back to Malaysia~


Passed by the Nissan promo event.


For dinner, we had some eel and gyoza~

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Day 6

I was super excited to bring my parents one of my favourite restaurant here.


We were there early and there were already many people in the restaurant. As usual all the lunch sets there came with a salad and free flow of bread~ <3


This is dad's main of roasted pork.


Mum ordered the creamy pasta.


While I ordered this platter.


I think the high light for all of us was when they had freshly baked mini croissants which were amazing~!!! :D hahaha


Glad that dad enjoyed lunch too.

After shopping around, we went to Sushi Ro for dinner and while dad's never been a fan of sushi, he ate a few plates of non raw fish items!


For example, this huge slab of pork belly on rice. Glad that Sushi Ro offered many non fish selections for people who doesn't like raw fish!

Friday, December 8, 2017

Day 5 in Shibuya

Hahaha....Dad with hachiko. Definitely quite rare that there aren't many people surrounding hachiko.


Had to bring daddy to try ichiran ramen~


Dad loves pork based soup and I'm happy that he enjoyed the ramen here too.


Ordered extra toppings for Dad~


Ordered this green tea custard pudding for my parents to try. 


After lunch, we went shopping around Shibuya and bought many pairs of shoes from skechers! heehee.....

Before heading back home, we went for shabu-shabu buffet at Onyasai~

I'm really glad that this time I got to introduce many different kinds of Japanese food to Dad, that he can actually enjoy~! :D


Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Akeno Sunflower Field, Yamanashi

I booked a HIS bus tour for us to the Akeno Sunflower Field in Yamanashi.


We went to this farm called Heidi-no-Mura Kurara-kan (ハイジの村クララ館).



Look at how pretty sun flowers are.....heehee.....they're all facing the same direction.



Look at how tall they are too!! Taller than I am! :D



Even the sky looks pretty~




Happy Daddy!


Happy Mummy!


Happy Family!


Spotted this sunflower seed ice cream and had to try it~ the sunflower seeds were delicious!


Mum love sunflower seeds and bought a pack to bring back home.


The entrance to the farm.


After the sunflowers, we went for lunch at Kiyosato Cafe (清里カフェ). The lunch buffet is included in the tour. They served healthy farm produced food.


After lunch, we went on the cable care ride up to the Kiyosato Terrace (清里テラス).

As I'm afraid of height, I'm seated in the middle~ 




The long ride up!


Look at the amazing view~!!! :D

There are many seats here which I think is perfect for couples or group of friends.




Got a little too cloudy in the afternoon.


Mum and date <3


On the way down~


After that, we went to a grape farm where we can eat all the grapes that we want. Not all kinds of grapes, just this small purples. Just a bunch is enough to make you full.


All the tourists under the grape wines.


Look at how small the grapes are.


Along the way back, I spotted some melon!!


The farm that we were brought to.


Where our buses are parked.


There an interesting BBQ garden just nearby too.


The beautiful grapes above our tour buses~


Before we left, we were each given a pack of frozen grapes which to me was an interesting texture. 


As with my previous tour, we all had to stick this sticker either on our bag or clothes to identify ourselves.


Before heading back home, we decided to stop by Osaka Ohsho for some gyouza and Dad likes them.


Love their normal gyouza! I think we ordered 2 plates of this.


We also decided to try their special garlic version which is strictly only for garlic lovers. Not recommended for those who are not a fan of garlic. hahaha....