Japanese Birthday Dinner

Well, I've now entered my late Twenties (27 to all you people that can't figger it out, {20} = twenty, {21,22,23} = early twenties, {24,25,26} = mid-twenties, {27,28,29}) Ah the humanity.

But I got to try out a, IMHO, very excellent japanese/french restaurant. Shiro locate in Novi, Michigan (check the geo info for a map) It's a very interesting converted mansion with plenty of nice dining space. Supposedly there are tatami mat rooms in the basement, but you need a group of 10+ to reserve it. :p

Besides some good buckwheat noodles, a little crispy eel sashimi, I got to try an excellent saki Otokoyama.

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