Snack: Tokyo Disney Sea
This is something that is an known as a "rice roll.' What it is is basically a cylinder of rice wrapped in bacon. No issue with any of this, particularly since I neglected to eat anything for breakfast and I was running around the park for two hours just to go on a couple of rides. Maybe even more intensely than Disneyland in Anaheim, there is no "quick "bite to eat in this park. Some of the longest queues I saw were for various flavors of popcorn. At this point, I would've ate just about anything Thank goodness I like both rice and bacon.
Lunch: Magellan (Tokyo Disney Sea)
This came recommended to me from my sister. By this point, any food was welcome. This park is not really laid out very intuitively. To accomplish anything, one has to walk a great deal through winding paths and up and down some pretty healthy grades. Server looked a little bit like he was out of the cast of "Amadeus". I chose the next hors d'oeuvres, braised beef cheeks, and berry mouse cake. If only this were served at any of the various conferences are attended in the past where the standard issue "chicken breast in unknown sauce with baby vegetables and new potatoes" meal had been served, I would have been over the moon. I am happy to have my depleted calories return back to me and swift order.
Afternoon snack: Sawamura
As I am deliriously returning back to my hotel room, I find this little pastry shop near Shinjuku station. Without any explanation required, I pick this pastry simply because it was "pretty". It was actually really delicious. Filled with sour cherries and a layer of dark chocolate underneath. Totally hit the spot. And also got a cappuccino which was the best cup of coffee I've received since my trip.
Dinner: Sushi Tokyo Ten
This place came recommended by Jeffry from n/naka. Located in the NEWWoMAN food hall near Shinjuku station, and had a decidedly polished feel with very young chefs behind the counter. This all came in a rather rapid clip, somewhere between 30 and 45 minutes. Please don't ask me to remember everything because the dishes were name in English and some in Japanese. And rather quickly. Maybe not the best quality, and a bit under seasons. But they certainly give you quantity. And at ¥7700, it was a pretty substantial omakase. And the place was packed at 9:30/10 o'clock at night.
After dinner snack: Family Mart
I just dig this picture I took of an ice cream cone that I bought right in front of my hotel. That is all