Thursday, 27 February 2014

Japanese Food Street, Jurong Point Mall, Singapore.

With it's huge replica of a crab at the entrance, this Japanese Food Street in the basement of Jurong Point Mall in Singapore is a favourite of shoppers (including myself). Along the passage (inspired by streets in Osaka), there are restaurants, a fresh fish market and snack stalls. It includes Ichiban Sushi which is a chain that owns Ichiban Boshi. We ate at Ichiban Boshi (in the open air pedestrian mall at Bondi Junction, Sydney) last Christmas. 

Looking from the other end, the big fat paper fish suspended from the ceiling is just wonderful! The restaurants in this Japanese food street serve food considered authentic (though probably not as good as in Osaka). 

I drew these 2 sketches (standing against a wall) over a couple of visits, colour was added at home.

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