Sendai eats part 2

Ogawara mochi butakan. Famous for plump texture wa-buta. Wagyu means Japanese beef. Wa-buta is Japanese pork.

Late night drinking session. Featuring sekitoba IMO Shochu. Pretty proud of whipping this much up in 15 minutes!

Sendai station gyutan alley. Gyutan is beef tongue. A sake tastin set and assorted tongue, tongue sausages and twice cooked tongue. The stnadard thin cut tongue slices were the best. There’s a reason why some things are considered classics!

Anpanman at anpanman museum in sedai.

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