Miniature models make up the menu at this tea shop in Arashiyama, Kyoto.
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What a wonderful presentation for this original menu!
14 Jan 2009 6:42am
@standley: Thanks Richard!
cool capture! let's play dolls lol
14 Jan 2009 12:09pm
@Cheryl: Cheers Cheryl!
A veritable feat of food and colour
14 Jan 2009 1:43pm
@EYES WIDE SHUT: Thanks EWS!
Reminds of food, we hungry now :)
14 Jan 2009 2:30pm
@Suby & Sinem: Cheers Suby & Sinem!
Wonderful. The plastic food saved the day for me many a time.
14 Jan 2009 4:41pm
@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve!
very nice, great colours
14 Jan 2009 7:19pm
@Alun Lambert: Cheers Alun!
Wonderful shot! :)
Love the origami pieces there!
14 Jan 2009 9:17pm
@Shirin Moosavi: Thanks Shirin!
Ah, thats so cool, they have made a real effort here. You would have to try everything on the menu.
14 Jan 2009 9:44pm
@Richard_Irwin: Yes, it's very appealing isn't it?
Beautiful decorations with the menu. I like very much Japanese restaurant showing what you will eat and for foreigners first coming to Japan it is very convenient...
15 Jan 2009 12:30am
@akarui: Thanks Olivier!
That's the menu...? I thought we were having a tea-party. Very interesting to see this Daryl.
15 Jan 2009 1:24am
@Observing: Cheers Mike!
Very colorful menu, I will take one of each for a party dinner.
15 Jan 2009 2:02am
@vu@granby Gilles Martineau: Good luck Gilles! Actual size is a little bigger...
It is great to see these fascinating images that speak about a culture and place so far from my everyday surroundings. Thanks.
15 Jan 2009 7:43pm
@Caldwell: Thank you Caldwell!
I might even be able to read the menu there.
16 Jan 2009 8:07pm
@Twelvebit: I think you'd be fine!
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