Thursday, March 22, 2012

A tiger in my plate

This is an unscheduled post, but I can't resist showing you what I found when I went for lunch today.
The coffee machines were watched over by this fierce tiger.

A panda was standing guard too.
And a Buddha
This was the Japanese day!
Everybody made it very special, and the food tasted good.
I won't question the accuracy of the decoration :-), their smiles is enough for me.

Thank you for your comments on my last post.
I appreciate the book, and of course the friendship attached to it, even more in those sad times.

7 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

What a fun theme for your break.

georgia little pea said...

I love Japanese food and eat it a few times a week. Great for losing my muffin top ;)

I just heard on the radio - a bloody and fiery end. Take care Vero x

startare said...

L'approximation "asiatique" pour japonais...bon, c'est l'intention qui compte. Ça me rappelle l'histoire souvent racontée par ma mère (antillaise noire): sa logeuse parisienne au début des années 50 lui disait "du côté de chez vous" quand on parlait de toutes les colonies, de l'Afrique à l'Indochine. C'est devenu une expression consacrée dans la famille.

Remington said...

That is cool!

neki desu said...

don't know whether to be relieved or sad at the outcome of the Toulouse incident.

Priscilla said...

So cute! I love Japanese food and always try to cook some Jap dishes at home.

Bassetmomma said...

How great to have a Japanese Day at work!