|Shakespeare and her herbal liquor|
There was a time when one could not get Becherovka in the US. One had to sneak it back in her luggage next to a few cartons of Czech or Swiss cigarettes. Now, one finds Becherovka at the local BevMo and Slivovice which one remembers sipping fondly one night with a friend after a drunken and giddy bike ride back from a Halloween party at Dr. M's, at Trader Joe's.
In any case, it is neither here nor there, but one Mr. William Shakespeare is a little drunk and giddy on Becherovka and fondly remembering her youth of folly, frolic and fun.
Speaking of, one Mr. William Shakespeare attended a lovely hang out time with Dear Friends in San Francisco's Japantown, and this one Mr. William Shakespeare wanted to share with the world.
|It is a party if you are an action figure and a Robocop.|
|Who first broke the news of chair socks? This blog. Yes, Squeefinity. Get Chair Socks Today!|
|I'm 100% positive Disney did not actually license this. It seems more like something I'd find in Chinatown.|
|A little white or red wine?|
|Someone who does eat cakes: Please, oh please, eat these cakes.|
|This is actually one of my favorite places in Jtown: Murata's Cafe Hana|
Murata's Cafe Hana Seriously has the most adorable cakes in the whole world. And if I ate sugar, I would stuff my face with them. They also have really good coffee drinks. But most importantly, the staff here is super nice. They are very sweet, in a kind of Midwestern way.
Maybe that's why I like Jtown so much. It, oddly, reminds me of home.
|Izumya all dressed up for x-mas|
Izumya all decked out for x-mass. This place has some serious Japanese home cooking. YUM!
Thanks, Lani for all the great pictures. L & B let's go to Jtown again soon.
It is late, and I drank too much, and I'm feeling nostalgic and sleepy. Reviews to come!