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Where is my Spaghetti with my Sushi?

A while ago I wrote about a piece of hamburger sushi that Jun and I found. Well, we managed to find another unique sushi: meatball sushi.

Meatball Sushi! Coming to an Italian restaurant near you.

8 thoughts on “Where is my Spaghetti with my Sushi?

    1. Japan is totally obsessed with its mayo – which I actually like better than American mayo. To be honest, without the mayo on this “sushi” it would have tasted pretty bland. The mayo gave it some flavor.

  1. πŸ˜€ The only thing less appetizing than a cold greasy meatball, is cold greasy bacon. πŸ˜‰ Actually, there are probably plenty of other things. Truthfully, I am jealous of your experiences. I hope you are enjoying your stay in Japan to the fullest. Someday I hope to get there.

    1. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeew, cold greasy bacon 😦 I am loving living in Japan, although working and dealing with Japan’s system of doing things has been very stressful and not always enjoyable (I love my students though!) I hope that you get the chance to come over here too πŸ˜€

  2. Love the mayo–when I order a sandwich I always tell the person making it if you have to forget something don’t let it be the mayo. A lot of these sushis and kit kats are a real stretch–even with mayo covering them. Also try mashed potatoes with mayo–delicious–picked up that trick from one of Katherine’s Japanese friends who came for a visit.

  3. This is that picture you sent me that one day? Nice! I was watching the One Piece movie at the time so I didn’t reply… man, I wish I’d never seen that picture, gross.

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