Monday, November 20, 2023


My aunty had told me about the Made in Hawaii Pop-up at Haneda Airport, so we went to check it out yesterday.

The line for Leonard's was krazy!
Apparently it started on 11/15, but there weren't too many things left.

From 11/25, they will move to Terminal 2 until 11/30.

Part of their sales will be given to help Maui.

Thanks Aunty for telling us about this.

Afterwards we went to check out Haneda Innovation City which just opened up, near Keikyu Tenkubashi Station.

(my photos uploaded wonky)

Lots of areas for meeting.

And lots of robots and other offices.

Lunch was at the food court, order with your smartphone and a robot brings out the food.

The kitchen wasn't too organized so Satoshi had finished his food before mine even came out.

I tried this spice curry from Shiva Curry Wara, super spicy with lots of chicken.

You can see Mount Fuji from deck facing Haneda Airport.
Not sure we'll be back here, but at least we checked it out.

Then we walked to Anamori Inari, thought I had wrote up on this shrine, but guess I didn't.

It is on the way to Haneda Airport on the Keikyu line.
I think this rock stairwell is new.
super long matsu (pine)
After grocery shopping, we stopped into Cafe Fuwari which opened up in our neighborhood this past summer?! (can't remember)

Dunno if that girl in the background was having a bad day, but she was the most unfriendliest person...shouldn't you at least be happy serving gelato?!

I tried their purple sweet potato gelato while Satoshi had their strawberry...900 yen (tax included) for the two.

Satoshi's tasted better, you could hardly tell mine was sweet potato.

Dunno if we'll be back but glad we got to try them.

Cafe Fuwari
7-17-3 Nishikamata
Ota, Tokyo
Closed Mondays
Hours: 11:30-22:30


KirkK said...

Other than that unfriendly server, it sounds like a fun time!

Anonymous said...

I'll have to make it a point to explore Haneda airport. I had read about all the new stuff there (thanks to your posts) and even the Hawaii marketing expo that was featured on the local news here since the governor went to try to drum up tourism. We just rush through when arriving and leaving.

K and S said...

I agree Kirk :)

V, until the yen gets better for Japanese tourists, I don't see them travelling too much to Hawaii.

Take care you two.