I love Aya’s mom’s breakfasts!  She makes a little bit of everything.  There is usually some sort of egg thing, a fancy bakery bread, homemade yogurt with fruit, a mini salad, orange juice, freshly ground and brewed coffee, and a Japanese drink called Yakult.

We went out to dinner and I ordered this set.  Katsudon (breaded pork and egg over rice), soba noodle soup, Japanese pasta salad, and pickled vegetables.

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