Bread 「パン」culture
February 6th, 2013

パン, pan, bread :]

On top of all the other things that are very different about Japanese everyday culture compared to that of the US, there is soft, delicious, bread…nearly everywhere. Convenience stores, grocery stores, small shops on the train platforms. The bread is individually packaged and they’re all super good [or at least all that I've had thus far]. I admit that the fact that they’re packaged makes me question how much preservatives are in them…but…they’re just so darn good.

Bakeries are also a big thing and like Chinese Asian bakeries back in Chinatown in New York, you pick your own, put ‘em on a tray, and pay.

One Response to Bread 「パン」culture

  • Sandy says:

    Love these posts! Keep it up! I’m so glad you’re having fun love

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