Back to Honolulu Eats

Thank you for coming along with me as I digressed a little from Honolulu Eats to Sendai Eats. Japan is where I spent a chunk of my childhood/youth so you might say it’s where it all began. The way Japanese people approach food with the highest standards for freshness, flavor and presentation inspires me, as does my family’s passion for food that is not only delicious but natural and nutritious. Thank you Mom and Dad for a wonderful visit!

OK, back to Honolulu Eats. I have some great eats coming up over the next few weeks: a visit to Kochi with my girlfriends this weekend, and the new Wolfgang’s Steakhouse in the Royal Hawaiian Center for Administrative Assistants’ Day. Stay tuned!

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4 Responses to “Back to Honolulu Eats”


  1. 2 Wild Monkey in Tokyo March 25, 2009 at 5:45 am

    I am now addicted to your essay, too, and looking forward to reading a new article.

  2. 3 NL March 26, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    Thank you so much for taking us along with you on your eating adventures in Japan. The pictures were beautiful; it made my mouth water just to look at them! I love sushi, but I haven’t tried natto (or uni)…can’t get past the smell, I guess. 😦 I kind of liken it to peedan (black 1000 year old egge…a chinese delicacy). I’ve learned to love it, but many others won’t even venture a try.

    A friend of mine has eaten the Shanghai dumplings (locals call it that) that you asked about, but I forgot which restaurant she ate it in. I’ll find out for you.

    I’m looking forward to your future posts!

    • 4 honolulueats March 27, 2009 at 8:54 pm

      Thank you loyal readers (who mainly consist of friends and family)!

      Mrs. Lum: Oh yes, Peedan is something I haven’t quite acquired the taste for yet (but my parents like it). I say yet because maybe one day I will.


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