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  • Japanese pizza, winter 09

    Posted by japanstats on 2009 February 20日 Friday

    Strawberry Cones pizza chain has done it again! This flyer just came into my mailbox yesterday. This time, their Napoli no Kama (Napolitan Oven) store has come up with a dandy of a pizza(?). It’s a snow/spider crab pizza with grape tomatoes, spinach, black peppers, and quiche sauce(?). This picture doesn’t make things any clearer  😛


    Then there’s this strawberry dessert pizza with 


    Strawberry sauce and whipped cream, mmm…? (Though those strawberry/fruit sandwiches are alright, so this may be ok, but I somehow don’t think the salty pizza dough’s not gonna match the strawberries and cream, kinda like those meal crepes like ham and cheese or chili.. yeah, not a good combination there either.)

    EDIT: Well well, Strawberry Cones Pizza has opened up shop in a Vancouver suburb!


    2 Responses to “Japanese pizza, winter 09”

    1. npbtracker said

      I remember my first experience living in Japan nine years ago, seeing “Pizza Strawberry Cone” next to “Bar Jam Jam”. Every time I thought I was sick of Japan’s creative use of English I’d see a t-shirt that says “let’s go to laundry!” or a hat reading “brick city, get money” and the humor would be renewed.

    2. funniest one i saw recently was at a ski resort bar. some reason “last call” got turned into “final answer”. they couldn’t just use “last order”? so, who wants to be a millionaire? 😛

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