Ticket bento place for dinner. Buy a
ticket from the vending machine, pass it to the cooks, and in a
bit, they pass you your food. The food was good though the
place wasn't attractive.
We talked about the questions constantly faced by tourists -- Do
you want to go to fancier, traditional places, though Japanese
families might eat there only on special occasions? Or
should you eat the way most people eat? What if that means
fast food or unattractive surroundings? And should you
make an effort to see all the museums and temples, or should you
spend time trying to do what most Japanese do? What if
most Japanese shop and watch television for entertainment?