My last breakfast at Tsukiji 2012 (Tsukiji Market)

I intended to eat soft roe tempura at Tenfusa for my last breakfast at Tsukiji 2012.
But there wasn’t soft roe tempura on the menus then.

So, I choiced from my wanted list about foods of Tsukiji.
And I decided going to Isonoya
This was the first time eating at Isonoya.
There are three kinds of cuisine chefs – (Japanese) Western cuisine, Chinese cuisine and Japanese cuisine.So, there are so many dishes on the menus.
Appearance, Isonoya (Tsukiji Market)
But speaking of Isonoya, Kakimeshi is the most popular dish in the shop.
Kakimeshi is oysters takikomigohan. I ordered a large one.

Green tea was served in such a cool teacup.
Green tea cup, Isonoya (Tsukiji Market)
This is the kakimeshi with pickles and miso soup.
Oyster rice and miso soup and pickled vegetables, Isonoya (Tsukiji Market)
Too large for me. I managed to eat up.
There were five oysters but these oysters weren’t big yet. I heard oysters this year are hard to bigger. I expect that oysters gets more bigger after the New Year.
Yuzu peel smelled good.
Oyster rice, Isonoya (Tsukiji Market)

Well, I often got sick this year. Those were psychiatric disorder, I think.
I’ll try to remove those reasons for easiness one by one, bit by bit.
Anyway, I have to find a new job X-<
Toshikoshisoba2012
This dry soba has already passed the freshness date.But I ate up 😛

May next year be good one.
No, I’ll do good one.

I won’t be able to count down to Next Year this time, too. Good night.

Isonoya (磯野家)
Tsukiji Market Building No.10, 8-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Open – from 7:00 to 16:00
Holiday – Market’s holiday (Almost all Sunday, several Wednesdays, national holidays and so on)

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  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    Happy New Year! I hope that you’ll have a wonderful 2013 and I wish you all the best regarding finding a new job:)
    The oysters dish looks really good. I’ve never had oysters that way.

    • Ryoko says:

      Happy New Year 😀
      I was glad to meet you last year.I hope you’ll have a good year.
      Please treat me this year as well as you did last year 😉

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