We took Stripy for a walk in this weekend.

Yanaka, Tokyo

Yanaka (谷中) is one of the few districts in Tokyo where the shitamachi atmosphere, an old town ambience reminiscent of Tokyo from past decades, still survives.

On another day,
He went to "Hot Spring Cafe" in Hadano City in Kanagawa.
(It is not an usual cafe...)

Stripy tries to soak his feet in the foot bath.

Awwww! He's so cuuuuuutttte! We love him!

We went to a Spanish restaurant with Stripy.

Stripy introduced us Spanish cuisine like Paella,

Jamón ibérico and so on.

It was so YUMMY!
We love Spanish foods!

Ms.Wada's father

Stripy had arrived in Japan on the last Wednesday.
He brought a lot of souvenirs to Haru and Nanami.
Thank you, Victoria and new friends in Spain.

We said “Good bye” to our friend Stripy with an “Arróz con leche” breakfast. 

Arróz con leche a.k.a. Spanish rice pudding is a very popular dessert in Mexico and all over Latin America. It was brought by the Spaniards. Rice isn’t native to the Americas, it was introduced by the Spanish conquerors.

Spanish rice pudding is a typical creamy dessert in Spain that is made by cooking rice slowly in milk with sugar. Rice pudding can be served cold or hot and is usually accompanied by cinnamon or raisins.

It is commonly believed that Spanish rice pudding was introduced into Spain centuries ago during the Moorish occupation of the Iberian Peninsula. This theory is derived from the fact that there are many traditional mixtures of cinnamon and rice in Arabic cultures.

We like to eat our Arróz con leche with rolls.
Do you like Arróz con leche (Spanish rice pudding)? How do you eat it?

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