I'd like to wish all the mothers out there a "Happy Mother's Day". Hope you get all the pampering you deserve.
Now onto food...We recently tried Mior's pudding 250 yen (about US$2.50) each. Pudding (or "puh-lin" as the Japanese pronounce it) in Japan is more like a custard flan with liquidy caramel on the top.
This pudding came in a cute little milk bottle, with a cap. The bottle had French on it: Cette douceur détend mon espirit! Un moment de détente pour s'adonner sans complexe au plaisir de bons gateaux.
Which, with the use of my dictionary and babelfish came out to: This softness relaxes my mind! A moment of relaxation to devote without complex with pleasure of good cake.
The bottom had the liquidy caramel, then the custard and at the top was a little swoosh of whipped cream, which had flecks of vanilla in it. They also gave us narrow spoons which would fit inside the bottle.
The bottle only holds half a cup, but it was just enough to soothe a sweet tooth.
Rich, creamy and delicious.