44. Delight

Nibbling sushi
between sips of saki —
a sun day.


aurora said...

Very nice!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

you're braver than me - :)

Pamela said...

I'd have to sip saki in order to face sushi

Borut said...

Some people, it seems to me, will never make the next step - get from Japanese haiku to sushi and sake. A conservative eater press!

floots said...

love the sound of the idea and the words
(but i'm with pamela if faced with the reality) :)

John McDonald said...

nice one vaughn

david santos said...

I come to be thankful to you for the work that you have developed in yours blogue and to desire good vacations to you.

Alok said...

I am just too averse to sushi .... i might be dead than eat it some day :) i agree wid andrew u r brave!!!


get zapped said...


polona said...

i wouldn't mind trying sushi, with or without sake (but preferably with)

Masago said...

Aurora: Thank you!

Andrew: Actually I used the word "sushi" a little loosely. I'm a vegan so I prefer maki which I have made with avocado or cucumber (vegetarian sushi). It is very good. Also there is one called inari which is a deep-fried tofu "bag" filled with sushi rice.

Pamela: *LOL*

Borut: I actually loved "sushi" before I discovered haiku.

Floots: Thanks. :-)

John: Thank you.

David: Thank you for your kind words. Our vacation is almost over but we'll cherish the remaining few days. Thanks again.

Alok: :-) See my comments to Andrew.

GZ: For sure!

Polona: Right, now sake is something else I like that I've found few non-Japanese like. I wonder why?