My husband had to work in the morning so I had another half-day free to myself.
We had a hearty vegan breakfast scramble at Lowell’s in Pike Place. It’s on their online menu but not at the counter, so don’t be afraid to ask for it. It has hashbrowns, fresh vegetables, and multgrain toast. It was a beautiful morning with a clear view and sun shining on my breakfast.
Reusable bag from Uwajimaya
The Daiso is a great place to stock up on stationery, stickers and for the otaku foodie, cute bento wares and food utensils.
I got a kawaii bunny rice shaper and some Asian motif veggie cutters there. Back at Uwajimaya, I picked up different kinds of nori furikake (seaweed sprinkles for rice). It was fun to eat a tofu musubi from the bento counter.
I love love love Kinokinuya bookstores. I can stay for a couple hours. I especially like the one in San Francisco. My hiragana and katakana knowledge are still pretty good so I can find the macrobiotic and vegetarian food books and magazines fairly easily. Unfortunately, they did not carry my favorite Japanese vegetarian magazine, Veggy Steady Go! at this location. I did pick up another kids bento book that came with some cute food picks. My daughter made this bento herself with some of the items.
I also picked up a book/kit about drying ginger that came with a ginger drying apparatus.
After my walk back, I was ready to rest up for the evening. I got a mani/pedi and we ate dinner at a pub. Not anything too special.
We went to his company holiday party and maybe I was overdressed but that’s OK. It made for a nice photo. Not too shabby huh?
Thanks Seattle for the fun times and for not raining while I walked all over town! I know I’ll be back again, especially since I missed out on some good vegan donuts!