Yesterday was a holiday, the Emperor's birthday. We did our O-soji (cleaning for the new year)
Then we headed to Umeda for lunch and went to see "The Vancouver Asahi", a film about immigrant Japanese in Canada who found baseball as an outlet to overcoming many struggles.
The beginning was a bit slow but the rest of the film was good. Reminded me of when we researched my ancestors' roots.
After the movie we caught part of the sunset mixed in with some Christmas illumination.
And since Satoshi and I would be able to have dinner together, (usually during the week we don't), we bought some Christmas cakes to have with dinner.
Apparently, everyone and their uncle had the same idea as the food floor of the department store was krazy!
These were from Arrow Tree, they use lots of fruits, the one in the front is a strawberry mont blanc (yellow sponge cake, whipped cream and a huge strawberry in the middle), the one in the back is a strawberry pannecotta (custard, strawberry mousse and lots of berries)...both 1581 yen for the two (tax included). We enjoyed both, not too sweet and lots of fruit.
It's the day before Christmas, I hope Santa brings everything you wish for...Happy Holidays!