Lunch: Leftover Thai
I was missing home more than I imagined. Maybe because he was not with me or I would be more comfortable in American culture than Japanese somehow. Am I considering LA home now!? I guess. Since I live here.
Getting through immigration was pretty quick but there was thousands of people stuck in baggage claim area. They closed the custom for some security issues. Ok…but it flowed once it’s open. My husband was right there at the exit in the international terminal and asked me, “Mexican or Pizza for dinner?”
I didn’t realize it had been more than 20 years since we all got together for a wedding when one of us got married. Nine of us are good friends during the days in college in Tokyo and I saw some of them every 5 years or so when visiting Japan, but never saw everyone together.
We had a great time to catch up each other. I am glad that they haven’t changed at all and we could get back to be like then instantly.
I really like the quality food here and the all you can drink system. It cost us only ￥3,900 ($35) per person.