Viva, Matsumae Town ② !
Can you find the black seaweed on top of the fried fishcake ?
A dozen of the seaweed paper costs 4,000 Japanese yen, approximately 40 US dollars because mamas in Matsumae Town picked up the raw seaweed and spread it on the straw mat with their hands. The dried seaweed called "Nori" gets the value added by those moms.
Sorry for failing to post the entrance of the venue for Matsumae promotion on the first introduction of this event. This is the entrance of the Japanese Izakaya "Funamoriya Bettei Aburichaya" facing "Tanuki Kojhji"that means "raccoon dog avenue" in Japanese.
It took four days to shed the extra pounds. I felt the decrease of my metabolism.
Ah, looking these photos stimulates my appetite so much !