Trip to Japan 3/30/2019 JanetSenpai April 15, 2019 Japan2019 4 Comments Lazy day. I went back to Kura Sushi. Most of the sushi I ate was pretty normal. But there are odd things like corn sushi for those who want it. Corn sushi is not unique to Kura Sushi. The other sushi place I went to (Revolving Sushi Rokusen) on 3/24 also had it as an option. Ordered the Kura Burger from their menu. It is a teriyaki burger and it pretty similar to the teriyaki burger at McDonalds. Biggest difference is this one has some tempura onions on it. Beef sushi with onion. Its a good one. Expensive milk. Most milk sold in Japan is whole milk which is excellent. It had been two weeks since I had last had standard milk so it tasted like the best milk in the universe. I have a receipt from buying milk in Kyoto and it was ￥189 ($1.69) for a liter. That’s about $6.40 per gallon. In Logan, Utah I could normally get a gallon on milk for $1.99. This Post Has 4 Comments Amy Rae 16 Apr 2019 Reply You can get cheaper milk at a super. Getting milk at Family Mart is kind of like getting your milk at a gas station here; it’s always going to be more expensive. JanetSenpai 18 Apr 2019 Reply Indeed, milk in cheaper at normal grocery store. The milk price I used is from Kyoto Co-op which is a full grocery store. I saw recently that Fresco has a different brand of milk that is a little cheaper at ￥178 per liter (about $6.02 per gallon). Lawson, which is basically Family Mart, is stupid expensive. I can’t remember the exact price but I think its around ￥240. Candace O Washburn 16 Apr 2019 Reply When we visit Pennsylvania we notice the milk prices there closer to New York City get more expensive. Not so many milk cows near big cities, I guess! The food looks tasty. Scott 17 Apr 2019 Reply Aaaah! The milk is expensive! I will have nightmares tonight that I am in Japan being chased by a Japanese cow with overpriced chocolate milk. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.