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Updated: 2014-09-12T07:11:50.917-07:00

 



thank you all for your nice comments and your inte...

2007-10-15T19:19:00.000-07:00

thank you all for your nice comments and your interesting recommendations! i want to check them out one after the other :) it seems like there are much more german breads in tokyo than i thought :D
i also found another really good bakery in kagurazaka..



Hi Julia,Your blog is awesome. A great reference ...

2007-10-15T10:38:00.000-07:00

Hi Julia,
Your blog is awesome. A great reference for the next time my family is in Japan. My husband is Japanese (from Yokohama) and I'm American-we are both strict lacto vegetarians along with our three young sons.

Here are a couple wonderful veg places that we know about in Tokyo:

Govinda's (Nakano)
5-17-10, Nakano, Nakano-ku
Phone: 03-3387-8998
open 7 days a week.
12p-9p
Their website has an English menu page. http://www.krishna.jp/govindas/index.html


DevaDeva Cafe
http://www.devadevacafe.com/Enindex.htm



Hi Julia,Just came across your blog - I'm a vegeta...

2007-10-10T02:00:00.000-07:00

Hi Julia,
Just came across your blog - I'm a vegetarian who lived in Tokyo until last year, and also used to live in Germany so I love German-style bread too. I think you might like this bread shop, Mahlzeit, near Myogadani station in Otsuka, Bunkyo-ku. It's small and they make everything themselves in the tiny shop.

http://mahlzeit.hp.infoseek.co.jp/frame.htm



Thank you for your explanation, Koko. All those on...

2007-08-23T22:15:00.000-07:00

Thank you for your explanation, Koko. All those onomatopoeia in the Japanese language are fun, but hard to learn and to guess (because you can't find them in dictionaries very often)!
Yes, bread in Trinidad is also really what i mean with the term "bread".. but i miss Roti, Buss-up-shot and my beloved Doubles.. oooh, Doubles.. i shouldn't think about them :D
I sometimes cook callaloo though, that is easy to prepare and turns out quite nice with all kinds of greens since dasheen is not available in most places outside the caribbean.



Hi Julia,The bakery looks so nice...I want one in ...

2007-08-17T14:46:00.000-07:00

Hi Julia,

The bakery looks so nice...I want one in Trinidad :(

By the way,
Paritto means crispy
Fuwatto means fluffy
And they are Japanese Onomatopoeia.

Have a nice trip!



Hi Julia, thanks for your comment on my blog about...

2007-08-02T22:06:00.000-07:00

Hi Julia, thanks for your comment on my blog about Der Akkord!

I checked the website of the Paritto Fuwatto, and the ingredients are domestically farmed wheat and rye. The brown sugar is organic, and the salt is from Okinawa. I like the way they explain which breads are without egg, butter and so on, helping strict vegans and people with allergies to avoid whatever they want to avoid!



Hi again Julia:I'm waitng for the bakery review.:)...

2007-08-02T17:31:00.000-07:00

Hi again Julia:

I'm waitng for the bakery review.:)

I am tagging you for a meme "8 Random Things about Myself". All the info is in a post and here is the link, but basically you just write down anything about you that you like,( 8 things) and try to persuade some other people to do the same. :) Pretty please?

http://vegetablejapan.blogspot.com/2007/08/my-first-meme-8-random-things-about.html



hehe, just today i read about exactly the same bak...

2007-08-02T03:10:00.000-07:00

hehe, just today i read about exactly the same bakery called "der akkord" on another blog :D seems to be a german organic bakery in aoyama.. i will go there soon and check it out :)



Hi Julia:The bakery looks nice and it's close to y...

2007-08-02T00:28:00.000-07:00

Hi Julia:
The bakery looks nice and it's close to you I guess, which is important. Take a look at this link (there's also a link on my website) I haven't tried this bread but it says it is 100 per cent organic and looks like they might have the earthy kind of bread you are looking for. You can order online, I think.

http://www.akkordshop.com/all.htm

No idea about the name; hate that katakana; it's worse than kanji. With the little drawing looks like it might be a cartoon character, maybe a "fat parrot".