Vegitarian in Japan
Good morning everyone,
How are you today? I am good:) But yesterday I slept before blogging!! That's why I am writing now...In the morning, I wish it were saturday but it's still friday ;;
Just one more day to go for weekend, so now I have to cheer up myself!
Dear Amy, I thought I would answer the vocabulary which you gave me yesterday, but I will try it next time... There's no dictionary now and I thought it was not good to write wrong meanings here. Thank you for the photo of Ed in India gate!!! I also went there 3 years ago so it looked very familiar with me! Please tell my best regards to your family.
Back to my blog today, I would like to write about vegitarians in Japan.. I found it very difficult to be a vegitarian here, as we do not have any religious restriction. I have no Japanese friends who are vegitarian. Just some people do not like meat so they avoid eating it, but usually most of our main dish are fish or meat.
Yesterday I had a dinner with my work friends and thought about vegitarian here. I have never seen vegitarian menu in Japan, which I sometimes found in foreign countries, so it must be difficult to be vegitarian here. We have the areas that many people from overseas live, and I think you can get the vegitarian foods. I think you can get Haral foods in Tokyo as well, but honestly I am not sure where it is. Given the people from overseas are increasing nowadays, I think there are some shops or restaurants have the vegitarian foods. However, for Japanese, it is not popular.
I heard the news in the morning that tells the earthquake in Peru. I hope everything there is okay... That's it for now. Have a good day:)
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