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Lunch. Posted on 09/01/2002.

Unagi. Eel. Over rice. I love unagi nigiri, and this was like that, only much much larger, and with much much more rice. Good, filling meal.

Wondering if I should change the dates of my post to Tokyo time, which is 16 hours ahead of Pacific Time. See, where I'm at, it's September 2, though the date on this page says September 1.

Dude. I'm posting FROM THE FUTURE. Things are different here. I took a flying car to get from Narita Airport to my hotel.

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