Hi, this is the website for “0 yen! Japanese Lesson”. Come to my class in “CROSS PAL NIIGATA” in Ishizuecho, Niigata. Please check the latest information on this site. Note that even though my class is “Mian Fei! Ri Yu Jiao Shi” in Chinese characters, my Japanese lesson is not only for Chinese, but for everyone who wants to learn Japanese language.
This morning I went to Watanabe Ameya that is a shop selling “Amemonaka”. The store is in front of Hakusan JR station. It looks like just a house. I hope you can find the shop with red circle in the photo. As usual, the latitude and longitude are as follows;
This is the entrance of Watanabe Ameya. Actually the wooden board above glass doors tells you the name of shop.
I bought three. They are in the paper bag which is stamped with expiry date.
Japanese words “Ame” means candy. Ame does not sound “EIM”. Anyway, Ame inside Monaka is not hard but is very viscus liquid. This type of Ame is called Mizu-ame. Although Misu means water in Japanese, Mizu-ame is very viscus liquid.
Close up photo. It is soooooooo sweeeeet. Go buy Amemonaka at Watanabe Ameya in front of JR Hakusan Station and eat’em!