Let’s stroll again!
I found a small Japanese house with full glass so I could see what’s inside. It was just like what’s in anime or any dorama. But why no one inside?
When we arrived to Fushimi Inari front area, it was quite crowded than we arrived. And you know what! There were many miko (a lady who works at shrine?) with their signature red hakama. When I was a kid, I was dreaming that if I can stay in Japan, I wanted to work in a shrine just to wear this red hakama. Now I’ve seen it myself! *o*
You may want to buy the small torii sold in one of the kiosk. Either buy it as a souvenir or write something there and wish your dreams come true.
Thanks to Mr. F who asked them politely, I could take photos with these japanese ladies in yukata. 😀 Mr. F said, if I were a man, there is a very low chance for them to allow take photo together.
Next, if you walk to the right side (if you are facing the station), you can see another street that has many street foods!! *o* drooling
I wanted to try that BIG BIG pork bun…but I regret I didn’t do so just because Mr. F didn’t wanna try it. 😦 I’ll try it next time….
We bought friend dango instead..
I found this tako brothers too.. XD
Finally tried taiyaki with anko (red bean paste). Anko is the original flavor for taiyaki. A friend fish bread with fillings. It’s worth to try because the taiyaki in japanese of course more delicious than in Jakarta :p
Found another Vermillion cafe, specialized for espresso.
Back to Inari station again for next destination..
This van houten cocoa is highly recommended from Mr. F. It was tasty, not that sweet which is very japanese style (Japanese don’t really like something too sweet, my Japanese boss said).
See you in next destination!!