Today Matt and I went to New Jersey. Why? So that I could pick up a bridesmaid dress in Hoboken. Luckily it fits and now I have to stay the same size for the next 4 weeks. That errand only took about 15 minutes, so we decided to stop at our favorite grocery store, Mitsuwa, on the way back.
Mitsuwa is a giant asian grocery store in north NJ that we go to once in a while to stock up on Japanese food. Most of it is very pricey so it’s a treat for us.
Yes, this fruit really is ugly.
This fruit was slightly out of our budget.
So was the wasabi. (You may not be able to see it but it was $99.99 per pound!)
Lots of rice cookers.
Hmmmm. For some reason there was nothing we needed in this aisle.
Matt was checking out the shochu.
Wine made in Nagano, Japan.
Neither of us had ever seen anything like this. A shrimp tempura onigiri.
We were excited that the eating area had been redone and is so much nicer than it was before. We had lunch and then got dessert at the Oishinbo shop.
Now we are home and we’re exhausted!