Friday, April 28, 2006

Foodzilla Takes On Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto


I'll be leaving for Japan tomorrow and it still hasn't hit me yet. Maybe it's because I have to go through this last day of punishment called work. My last trip to Asia was Hong Kong last year and boy did I make the trip worthwhile. Well, in the food category. I ate nearly 5 times a day. So you can count on me to bring back a detailed report of Japan's good eats. I expect to gain a good 5-6 lbs in a week - no problem at all because I gave up on modeling a while back.

Thanks for reading... I'll try my best to provide updates on my trip to Japan.

12 comments:

rick james said...

go for 10 dylan!

thanks again for setting up Mushas! food was great and it was awesome meeting real faces... we'll have to do it again soon..

i'm just thrilled Colleen Cuisine doesn't think i'm a girl anymore.. ha ha..

Jeni said...

Yaaay! Have fun Dylan!!!

Tokyoastrogirl said...

wooooooooooot! have a blast. eat lots of katsu, korokke, ramen, indian food (trust me- Taj Mahal in Shibuya), yakitori and of course all of the fun stuff like omurice, doria and kimchee mochi. i leave in less than 2 weeks and can't wait! be sure to pick up all of the gentei-ban (limited edition) snacks like the different flavored kit kats and all dat.

Can't wait to get a report.

Colleen Cuisine said...

Have a blast Dylan! I can't wait to see what you eat, and what you bring back. Let me know if they still have cheddar cheese ice cream.

We'll have to set up another blogging dinner when you come home. This time, the reservation will be under Miss DietChiliCheeseFries (I mean MISTER DietChiliCheeseFries, slap the hand, bad Colleen!)

Kirk said...

Go for it Dylan! Hope you have a blast. Can't wait for the stories and food. Right on, Bruddah!

Beth - Zen Foodism said...

Have a wonderful trip! I am so jealous! Oh, and I ate like a cow during my two weeks in Japan and Hong Kong last year. I should have gained 10 lbs for all I ate and drank. But I actually lost weight due to doing so much walking! Wishing you similar luck...!

k said...

have fun dylan!

Professor Salt said...

Have a great time! You'll find no shortage of food adventures at every turn.

Eddie Lin said...

Please try the frog sashimi that I saw on the Travel Channel. Ribit-licious!

stacey said...

Oh excellent. Travel reporting... Can't wait for the foodlicious details... HAve an amazing time!

Anonymous said...

is this a sadistic website frequented by mentally unbalanced people? can you imagine the pain and trauma of the frogs who were skinned alive and whose hearts were gorged so that crazy people can devour them? i wish these people can be skinned alive too, their testicles made into skewers as well...hahaha. i am praying for this day to happen. take care for those who generate bad karma....

JJ said...

Come to korea~! Eat the Korean foods.
Yes, I'm korean.

I found your blog surfing the internet.
Sushi is my favorite too :)

Your posts are very fun!
See you ?again haha~~

^ ^ (I am not good at english.ㅜ;;)

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