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Ekiben, the Japanese box lunch available at major train stations, features regional delicacies and traditional cuisine from each stop across the country. It is eaten during train journeys and is very popular among Japanese people. This on-the-move food entertains you with its beautifully arranged dishes and is often served in an eye-catching container. There are over 5,000 kinds of Ekiben sold nationwide, so it takes more than 13 years to eat all kinds if you have one of each everyday. Woo!
Mexico City is a Gigantic Place with an enormous and rich gastronomic selection. As a Mexico City raised and born designer, I asked my close friends to recommend the classic places to enjoy the magic of Mexican food. This is not a touristic map... rather the places visited by locals every day.
My grandparents live in Yokohama. When I was little, my grandpa, who is crazy about baseball, used to take me to the stadium to watch baseball games, while my grandma would take me to China Town and we enjoyed yummy Yum cha for lunch! This lovely port city always brings back memories of my childhood. Nowadays Yokohama is becoming more and more modern with new skyscrapers, cool diners, gorgeous shopping malls and so on. They even have unique museums, such as the Cup Noodle museum and Ramen museum. How fun! There is so much to see here!
Though "Midwestern-ish English" isn't technically a romance language, you'll be feelin' the love with these super cute go-to Cleveland date spots that have a very special place in my heart (though maybe you should avoid the Lake Erie monster)
Done for the Maps class at MICA in Baltimore (obviously I'm a little homesick)