The Quest for a Thanksgiving Meal in Tokyo

Tokyocooney has uploaded his humorous video blog post about being an American living in Tokyo during Thanksgiving.

I hadn’t paid much attention to it, but he’s right about the lack of ovens in Japan. I don’t use mine so much for meats, but there are several dishes, including Cheese Casserole, that I need a big oven for. I’d miss that if I were to live in Japan again.

Update: Thanks to the absolutely horrendous copyright laws, this video is blocked in the U.S. I’m going to look for a way around that because it was a great video.

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2 Responses to “The Quest for a Thanksgiving Meal in Tokyo”

  1. evgenidb says:

    You can always import an oven from abroad. You just have to check the voltage and frequency the Japanese use (this might be helpful: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:WorldMap_Voltage%26Frequency.png), otherwise it’ll be quite fun to watch how your oven is getting fried and blows up.

    Yeah! It’s gonna be a cool experience.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This guy is pretty funny. Cool that he found a place to get a feed.

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