Mt. Fuji Shiraito Waterfalls

My sister in Law and her friends went to Japan for the first time. They asked to see Mt. Fuji, so I booked the inn in Fujinomiya.

We took the bullet train called Shinkansen.

It was the first time to take Shinkansen for them and I wanted them to have bento.

That night, I booked a Teppan-yaki restaurant to have Yakisoba.

Fujinomiya is famous for Yakisoga. They loved Yakisoba very much.

Next morning, we could see Mt. Fuji near Fujinomiya station.

Mr. Takahiro Yahagi gave us a lift to Mt. Fuji.

We were excited to see the top of Mt. Fuji.

We stood among the clouds.

We could see Sagami Bay.

Mr. Yahagi took us to see the waterfalls.

Shiraito Waterfalls

Otodome Waterfall

We could see Mt. Fuji from the weterfalls.

The Wasabi(Japanese Horseradish) is sold there. Near Mt. Fuji is famouse for growing Wasabi.

On the way from the waterwalls to Fujinomiya, there is a roundabout.

Here is the first roundabout in Japan!

Fried Chichen

On christmas day, Japanese eat fried chichen.
I am not liar, but British people do not believe me.

Here is the recipe of fried chichen with Japanese Liquid Shio Koji.
You can cook jucy and soft fried chichen without pressure cooker.


500g Chickin wings  (I bought at Waitrose)
2tbsp Japanese Liquid Shio Koji (You can buy in London)
1/2tbsp Thyme
1/2tbsp Basil
1/3tbsp Oregano
1tbsp Celery salt
1/2tbsp Black pepper
1tbsp White pepper
1tbsp Dried mustard
3tbsp Paprika
2tbsp Garlic granules
1tbsp Ground ginger
1cup Corn starch