Thursday, February 24, 2011

BIG IN JAPAN

Last Saturday my boyfriend and I went on to try a Japanese restaurant in Montreal, called Big in Japan. We heard so much great reviews about it, that we thought we might go and try it. We really like the decor a lot, with the posters, and the maps of Japan and Tokyo. What was really pleasant also, was the little boutiques of Japanese goodies, such as sandals, knifes, soaps and copybooks and crayons. The food was really nice too, but it was more of a mix between Japanese and European cooking. My boyfriend had short ribs on green tea sauce with rice, and I got kushi-mori "fried brochettes" and gyoza, it was really nice. If you stop by Montreal, I would definitely recommend it :)
Anyway I can believe that the reading is almost over, I will miss Montreal its such a fun city. I am really not looking forward to going to school again :P But before I leave there is still the Montreal Nuit Blanche that my boyfriend and I have to try. I hope I will be able to post the pictures and show them to you ^^

46 comments:

audrey marie said...

oh these photos are great! food looks yummy!

livingeasylovingfree.com said...

Wow while scanning down through the photos - I thought perhaps you had taken a trip to Japan :) - fab pics as always ;)

Emma x

soph (owl vs. dove) said...

These photos are super kawaii! I'm such a fan of Japanese culture.

brigduong said...

These are great photos!

annette said...

this place looks awesome... i am a huge fan of all things japanese.. great pics!


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hila said...

it looks like such a cool restaurant - I love the attention to detail.

Wttwotc said...

What I like the most of this kind of places is like they really look like Japan, and when I see TV series like ShinChan or Doraemon (cartoons from there) I can really see they are just like they show us on TV.

Amazing photos, as always :)

Monique said...

I love Japanese food! I see you're a food lover as well. Great pics looking forward to seeing the rest.

Kristen Leotsakou said...

<3 the fourth pic! but they are all so amazing!

Francesca said...

Wow i thought you were actually in japan! that's so cool!

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Fashion Cappuccino said...

Looks like such a great place! I love Japanese food...I eat it all the time! I used to visit my uncle in Japan and I miss there so much! Great pictures! xooxoxo

MeMe said...

lovely pics! and sounds (and looks) delicious :)

Hanna said...

wow, these pictures are wonderful. I wish there was a place like that where I live!

valnouveau said...

all the merchandise are cool, i love the boots <3

naomemandeflores said...

What a cute little place, I'm fascinated by the japanese culture! Those soaps and memo pads look incredibly cool!


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Modafobik said...

Oh Holly Shit! :))

Kristy said...

ASTROBOY!!!! <3 :D

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Harriet said...

mmm looks delicious! I lvoe seeingpictures of restaurants and great food, you've got me craving Japanese!

Ida Nielsen said...

'Big in Japan' -what a great name for a restaurant! :-)

lolita said...

OMG your blog made me wana eat at midnight lol love it

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cryskay said...

great photos! the food looks amazing. i should not be looking at food photos at 12am. xo

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johanna said...

aww what an amazing pictures

Galit said...

Wow your photos are amazing!!
And this place looks like a whole Japanese street squeezed into one space. Great!

Jazzy E (hivennn) said...

These are all so brilliant. The colours are amazing. x hivennn

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Sofie Jansson said...

OMG I absolutely LOVED japan when i was there on vacation!

danica said...

i love the look of this place. you have captured it beautifully...i feel quite hungry now :)

My Republic of Fashion said...

Fantastic pictures! I actually thought ye were in Japan, until I read the writing underneath!! That food looks delicious. :)SArahD

Cris said...

mmm oh man that food looks so good. Beautiful captures.

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Nia Langley said...

LOVE THESE PHOTOS! What camera did you use?!

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pau said...

one of my wishes is to go to japan!! :)


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Flashes of Style said...

These pictures are so neat! And that food looks so very good.

Tamara said...

Are these from a restaurant? They're amazing, for a moment, I thought you had really been to Japan!

Pop Champagne said...

Montreal is fun to go shopping in!! and there's more variation of stuff to do and stuff to eat than Ottawa :)

WALKTHESAND said...

Beautiful photos, full of the most amazingly interesting things!
Awesome post.
x

jamie-lee said...

it looks like a pretty incredible restaurant :)

SabinePsynopsis said...

I never know which cuisine I like better - Japanese or Italian. A mixture of both maybe?
Where will you go after Montreal?

Emilie said...

Great pics!

Piter said...

How nice!! great photos ;)
xx

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l i s a z h a n g said...

i love ur photos!
they have a real vintage feel to them!
did you edit them?

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Maria Clara said...

always love seeing your pictures, and as I love Japan I enjoy this post a lot ;)

kisses nad thanks so so much honey

loveology said...

wow! :)
i cant get over the amazing eye for beauty of the japanese!!!
thanks so much for sharing dear,
and have a lovely day...

x.

sunny said...

Your photography is absolutely stunning. Which DSLR do you use?

Christin said...

What a magical place, I want to dive into photography