Pictures of Things I Bought
Look and be amazed at my photojournalism! ;D
インドチキンカレまん (indochikinkareman) or a Curry Bun. Me and Ivan used to buy this down at the local 7-Eleven all the time. It was either this one or the Pizza Bun (ピザまん pizaman). They are only like 105 yen each and pretty filling. I later got a few of the guys at NOVA hooked on eating this stuff for awhile. I’ll sure be eating quite a few of these badboys throughout the season. :9 Apparently this item is seasonal and comes only around Fall and Winter time.
Stitch Chopstick Set
Over the Summer Break I lost my hashi or chopstick set. I decided that I would replace them with a set that had a fork and spoon as well. What a pain it is to eat yogurt and jello with chopsticks…LOL. Anyways I was shopping at Seiyu and found this cute Stitch set! My elementary school kids love it too during lunch period. While visiting one of my elementary schools this month I discovered my old set was in the desk all along! Aaah well! :P That day I also bought a kettle, toilet seat cover and storage cart for my groceries. Ooo exciting!
During my walk to the other side of the train station I found a Toys R Us, which I mentioned in the previous blog. Toys R Us in any country has so many interesting toys and stuff. I saw these stickers that would be perfect as a reward for my elementary school kids. Recently I gave away my Pikachu stickers to my Year 1 kids and they went nuts! Next month I will be giving away the penguin one, Pochama (or Piplup in the English version). Note to other ALT’s… Knowing the names of the many MANY Pokemon is valuable at the elementary school level. Dare I say essential vocabulary! They love learning about the English names to the Pokemon. I like Psyduck! I always tell my kids.. 私はコダックが好きです。