Tuesday, April 06, 2010

minoo

Sunday, I stopped in at Abientot to pick up my lunch and this anpan. It is not like the usual anpan. The outside is a french bread. It may look like there isn't too much sweet bean paste in there, but there is just enough for every bite.

A few blocks up from Abientot is a neighborhood near the Minoo station where I shot these two videos. There were also many people out taking photos under the trees as well as many cars slowing down to take in the view.

Last year we visited the same area, and I posted about it here.

The two videos are shot from different points along the same road.


7 comments:

Alesa Warcan said...

Mmm. Anpan.
You know what, I think I'll make dorayaki tonight! Thanks for the inspiration.

K and S said...

I have some sweet bean paste in my refrige Alesa, I should make some dorayaki also :)

Take care.
Kat

Rowena... said...

Ooooh...sweet bean paste in french bread? I like. Have you ever seen croissants with sweet bean filling too? Sounds like it would be a good idea.

K and S said...

Actually I have tasted a croissant filled with sweet bean and thought I posted about them Rowena, but it looks like I didn't :( Definitely matches!

Take care.
Kat

Debinhawaii said...

The anpan looks yummy!

BTW--just watched Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives w/ Guy on Food Network--The first (of two I think) Hawaii episodes and he went to Hank's. I am craving another Fat Boy! ;-) (Although the lobster dog was looking pretty darn good too.)

Pandabonium said...

The anpan looks interesting - and good.

Beautiful sakura. We enjoyed hanami this weekend at a park in Kashima, will post some pics. And the weather today was wonderful - Spring at last!

K and S said...

Looking forward to your pics PB :)

Look forward to going to Hank's with you the next time I'm home Debinhawaii :) this time we can try some new ones!--I'll order ;)

Take care you two.
Kat