Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Breakfast, anyone?

I love this! Maybe it's because of my musical background, or maybe because this is just so much fun! Love the little soprano whose voice is as clear as a flute. What fun!

Asagohan, BTW, means "breakfast."

Wonder what they're saying? "Bacon and eggs, with a side of toast?" What is a traditional Japanese breakfast? I have no idea.



Anonymous said...

That is just way too much fun ... sure beats Honey Bunches of Oats! Thx for the morning laugh. Clyde

SmilingSally said...

I love the 5th.

Traditional Japanese breakfast is a substantial meal and usually consists of a bowl of hot, freshly boiled rice, miso soup, toasted seaweed sheets (nori), pickled vegetables, a grilled/broiled fish dish, a simmered dish, a vegetables/tofu dish, and/or Japanese omelette roll (tamagoyaki).

Mocha with Linda said...

So cute!

My daughter would say they left out an important fruit that she and a friend made up a joke for Beethoven's 5th: ba-na-na-na!

Kay Day said...

I'm reading Memoirs of a Geisha for book club and so Im interested in all things Japanese at the moment.
Very fun!