Hello everyone, hope you have a good start into September. We had a relaxed day, a small stroll over the Kanazawa Oktoberfest and I’ve just come back from grocery shopping, still humming the melody that’s always played in Aeons' fruit and vegetable section (Aeon is the great supermarket/mall next door and this melody is really catchy). Just an ordinary Sunday in Wakamatsumachi.
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Yes, you read that correctly. My office mate Débora informed us about this event already some weeks ago. Of course we went there and we were not disappointed as we experienced everything you would expect from a good Japanese Oktoberfest. This includes great snacks (mussels and sausages to be eaten with chopsticks), girls ordering large beers mainly to pose for instagram, a German looking band from Australia and Japanese people in dirndl and leather pants dancing enthusiastically to “Komm hol' das Lasso raus” and “Johnny Däpp”. Simply amazing.
Enjoying German culture in Japan