Richard has had various Japanese foods during the trip including tonkatsu, curry (cheated by having the two-in-one tonkatsu curry rice), ramen, karaage and yakiniku. The next on the list is sushi, and we wouldn’t accept any alternative, even if it means having airport sushi!
There weren’t a lot of restaurants available after customs at Terminal 2 of the Narita International Airport, but thankfully Asian Cafe Bowl Bowl on 3F had a sushi meal on display. For 1,450 yen (~A$15.60), you get a meal with miso clam soup. There was also a 1,600 yen option with a small udon noodles.
We received a buzzer that we’re meant to use on our table sensor. We both got the sushi meal with clam soup, and the food was delivered to us shortly. There was a little confusion about the extra drink that Richard ordered, and I was surprised that the airport restaurant staff didn’t quite understand English, but all was good in the end.
The meal actually looked very similar to the plastic model display and far surpassed my expectations of airport food. I enjoyed
it them — I ordered two of these for myself because obviously one can’t possibly be enough now. tongue