Tag Archives: Japan

Back to Little Japan: Liang Court

It’s always a treat to come here – explore the supermarket where there is always some new product to tempt me, new titles at Kinokuniya to entice and the best affordable Japanese cuisine in Singapore. I was so glad to … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2012: Liang Court’s Japanese Gourmet Supermarket

I think the Liang Court supermarket is just wonderful. It has the most beautiful arrangement in terms of both packaging and layout. Just so relaxing to grocery shop here. I love how they very diligently change their offerings with each … Continue reading

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Japanese New Year at Liang Court’s Meidi-ya

You must check out Meidi-ya.  It was lovely during Christmas and is now filled with New Year goodies.  The Japanese patrons were buying mainly stuff for steam boat.  Everything was just so pretty and I always see new enticing products … Continue reading

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CoCo Ichibanya at 313 Somerset (Authentic Curry and Omu Rice from Japan)

Found myself dining at CoCo Ichibanya (The Curry House), just shortly after this chain from Japan, opened their first Singapore outlet. I am embarrassed to be pegged a kiasu Singaporean, but in my defense at least I didn’t go on … Continue reading

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Genki Sushi (Orchard Central)

I have been craving for the inari sushi I had in Osaka and I was so excited to find that the one I had at Genki Sushi comes very very close. The difference is in the quality of the sweet … Continue reading

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Wish Singaporeans Could be Gracious Like the Japanese

True graciousness is displayed under the greatest pressure and this is why I wish we were more like the wonderful people of Japan. Following the quake and tsunami, this is what I read in the New York Times that prompted … Continue reading

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Thinking About Japan, Kaho and Shay

I just can’t write anything knowing what’s happening in beautiful Japan. Usually devastating news seems really far away, but the blogging community makes the world shrink and my thoughts are fixated on two wonderful bloggers. Kaho of Chuzai Living who … Continue reading

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Liang Court (Little Japan in Singapore, plus a slice of Vietnam)

I am drawn to Liang Court because of the number of authentic Japanese outlets here. I was immediately captivated by the new Starhub Sumo ad plastered at the travelator. Just love places in Singapore that are empty and spacious.  And … Continue reading

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Mos Burger at Raffles City

Even though we have Freshness Burger now, I must confess that I still prefer the burgers at good old Mos Burger. The fries are thick and fluffy on the inside too. I always tend to go for the ice Lemon … Continue reading

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Green Pumpkin Japanese Cafe

We tried the green tea pumpkin bun from the bakery and were hoping to have it again, but they were all sold out so we had the Sakura Anpan (S$1.40) which nice but not as good. They did have the … Continue reading

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