2016/08/12

Sugakiya Ramen

My husband came home earlier than usual with plastic shopping bags last night.

"Look! These are Sugakiya's bowls and ramens!"

My 7-year-old son said.


I asked my husband:

"Where did you buy them? Were they sold as a souvenir?"

"Maybe. I bought them at the supermarket."

Sugakiya is a popular ramen shop in Aichi prefecture, so I thought this is sold as a souvenir for going back to their hometown in Obon.

I was curious why he bought them, so I asked him about it.

"Because they are very rare."

I agreed with him.

I haven't seen such an interesting set of ramen and bowl.

My children love Sugakiya's ramen very much, so they had opened the box of the gift box instantly.

I asked my husband:

"Are they for us, or is the gift for someone else?"

"For us."

He said.

"I'm relieved. Our children have already opened them!"

"I want to eat ramen!"

My 6-year-old said.

She loves ramen.

"OK, but we already finished dinner today, so I will make it another day."

"Wow! I am looking forward to eating it!"

She said.

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  1. Hello Kumi-san,

    The bowls look very nice. I don't think I have ever had Sugakiya ramen but even if I had I am not sure I would be able to tell the difference between it and another ramen make. The little girl mascot is very funny/cute.

    I hope your daughter enjoys it.

    Here is a list of some of the other issues found with the rest of the post:

    This line:
    "Where did you buy them? Were they sold as a souvenior?"

    Should be:
    "Where did you buy them? Were they sold as a souvenir?"

    Reason: Spelling mistake correction "souvenir"

    This line:
    My children love Sugakiya's ramen very much, so they had opened the box of the gift soon.

    Should be:
    My children love Sugakiya's ramen very much, so they had opened the gift box (instantly/very quickly).

    Or:
    My children love Sugakiya's ramen very much, so they had already opened the gift box.

    This line:
    "Are they for us, or the gift for someone?"

    Should be:
    "Are they for us, or is the gift for someone else?"

    Or:
    "Is this for us or a gift someone( else)?"

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    1. Thank you Terry.
      This is the link of the menu of Sugakiya.

      http://www.sugakico.co.jp/menu/

      It's only in Japanese, but you'll like it!

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    2. Thank you Kumi-san,

      They have quite an extensive selection of different type of ramen. I also liked the look of their sweets, this one looks very appetizing :)

      http://www.sugakico.co.jp/menu/sweet_menu/entry-1196.html

      It is probably just as well that I do not have a Sugakiya convenience store near me or I would surely eat excessively. 😉🥘🍱

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