Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Farewell to Tokyo Dinner / さらば東京の食事会

It was nice of my friends to throw us a going away party in Kagurazaka. My friend 21 (that is his nickname) suggested having a more private dinner. Just him and his wife along with me and mine, and our friend Tetsu who was unable to attend the party.


21 had brought us to the restaurant on a previous occasion and we thought it would be great to have a farewell dinner here. It is an oyster restaurant called [Kaki Garaso] which translates to something like "Oyster Bistro". I saw on the Internet that the Sangejaya location has closed.


21 even gave me a going away present. A new wristwatch. I had stopped wearing a watch a long time ago, but now it has become a necessity.


And the food!!


You can't get more luxurious than that can you?


We didn't forget our vegetables!


We then went to a small bar which serves a variety of Nihon-shu. My wife was getting a little tired so she went home before me. 21's wife also left early so it was just me, 21, and Tetsu.


21 was aware of my love for bacon!


After drinking beer, we decided to indulge in a bit of Nihon-shu.


I don't remember the names of the Nihon-shu and have difficulty reading the kanji but they were all delicious.


I just love the label on this one.


A few more farewell dinners and lunches and my wife and I will be off to a new beginning.


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