I dared to venture into the supermarket today. In Tokyo we either ate at the Convenience store—where a lot of goodies can be found—or in restaurants. So finally a week later I made it into one of the more interesting and revealing destinations in any foreign country.
There was a lot of products that we couldn't make out what in fact they were, others that were blatantly obvious and the odd thing unusually packaged.
A whole aisle of soy sauce.
Salmon presented like loose leaf lettuce.
We didn't take too many risks, but grabbed a few adventures in a packet to try out. If you hear from me again, then none of them harmed us.