In pork I trust
- Aug 28, 2005
- Stamford Bridge
Robot Restaurant (Continued)
Did it really? When I did my research everybody basically said "Do not go there for the food" (so I didn't)
But yeah, for what it costs it's fun and worth seeing. It was also very easy to get to from my hotel so it was kind of a no brainer
One interesting thing I noticed on the menu was that if you are a woman you can get a free collagen ball with your order. I will leave it to your own devices to research this, if you want to know more.
Japanese konjac ?
I have never seen this, but its for dieting and health but why would women only get it for free ?
I wish I could tell you guys more about the images I am posting about. While I was there I basically walked through large parts of the museum, reading various plaques, displays, and looking at all the interesting artefacts. I read a lot about Japanese history during this time, but of course now 3 years later it's not really feasible to comment on individual artefacts with any sort of authority. So I won't even try. But I am including some more information for some of the images I am posting so you at least have some context for what you are looking at
I like how you took photos of the descriptions, its very German like (super documentation)
I felt the same way in Beijing Museums. So much very cool and interesting stuff. Totally overwhelming.With so much media acquired on each one of my trips, I've tried to get in a habit of photographing signs, plaques, and other such things so that years later when I am looking through the photos, I can easily figure out what I was doing there, where exactly it is, etc. I wish I took more photos of the plaques in this museum actually, I only got a couple of the more interesting artefacts. I was too mesmerized by everything I was looking at, most of it did not even get photographed