Another super organic breakfast from Wendy to start off our beautiful Sunday at Fussa, Japan.

Super soft buns from Costco:

           Organic spinach :

                                            Yummy and healthy salad:

                                                Soft and delicious scones:

                                       Freshly ground and organic home grown padi:

                                        chicken nuggets:

                       
The magic kitchen of Wendy, the cook in black here:
  
 After breakfast, we walked to church which is just a short distance away from Wendy's house.

After spending 3 hours at the church, I didnt know the name of the Church in English even though I can see the church on goggle map.


Thanks to Wendy for that quick translation during the whole church service or else all the 4 of us would have lost in space since the whole church service was in Japanese.
                                     
                                     Service in progress:

American pizza for fellowship:
Cherry coke:

The cheerful lady in the middle is 92 years old.I should learn to live life like her, happy and cheerful.

 Then after much much research from the internet and the photos that I took that has the word Tsuzaka at the pastor's house and after I keyed in Tsuzaka in google search I found that the name of the church was Fussa Bethel Church  福生ベテル教会. Now I am happy that I had achieved what I wanted to know. Got the handsome Pastor Yoshio and his charming wife Noriko Tsuzaka in the photo below:


After Church service, Wendy sent us to Fussa to do our shopping at 100 yen shop .

 That night dinner was specially prepared by Hiroyuki Iwamoto.  



He makes delicious Takoyaki for us all.  

Takoyaki (たこ焼き or 蛸焼?, literally fried or grilled octopus) is a ball-shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and cooked in a special takoyaki pan.



 Hiroyuki Iwamoto also makes this yummy yummy Japanese Pancake (Okonomiyaki)
Thanks Hiro for that delicious and wonderful dinner. Now I really  miss your Takoyaki and Okonomiyaki.



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