永次 and I went to a Japanese buffet back in 四月 (shigatsu, April) on a whim. It was recommended to us a while back by Eiji’s father, but we assumed (on the name “Wasabi” (山葵) alone) that it would be a very North American restaurant with not authentic food, so we hadn’t really […]
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