…I wonder what it would’ve cost back home!
…got carried away at the sushi shop.
Actually, ヘルス (“health”) implies other things. It’s a brothel, conveniently located across the street from a business hotel.
135ml = half a cup …therefore, what’s the point?
This is a beautiful little cup! It’ll happily join the growing collection in my cupboard. Meanwhile, I must say this saké has a medium-dry taste, with a fruity quality. Very nice!
It’s difficult to read the label on this bottle, but it says “Ginjou” (吟醸) a kind of saké, like a rank, that indicates the rice has been polished to at least 60% of its original size. The more polished the rice, the higher quality or rank the saké is. This little bottle/cup set was only ¥450…about $5!
This saké, from Hiroshima, came with its own o-choko. Pretty convenient for picnics or “hanami” (cherry blossom party)!
It looks like a smile, but it looks like a ツ, (a Japanese “tsu” written in Katakana). Either way, this is a table-mounted cooker for “monja”, a tasty Japanese dish with cabbage, BBQ sauce and cheese chopped and mixed together. Other ingredients can vary, like soy, or cod roe, etc.