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Two women at Victoria Barracks attending a tennis party, 26 January 1924 – Sydney Picture

Members of the Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in January 1924 as part of a training cruise. The squadron consisted of the IWATE, ASAMA and YAKUMO. Nearly 2,500 men of which 300 were midshipmen spent time in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth during their tour. Two unidentified women are shown here at…

Aburi Sushi – Jugemu and Shimbashi AUD18 small – by Julia – Sydney Picture

We started of with a small serve of the mixed Aburi Nigiri Sushi. Various morsels of fish had been lightly torched to just sear the outside and impart a smoky flavour. The salmon was the best, followed by the wagyu beef. — Jugemu & Shimbashi (02) 9904 3011 246 Military Rd Neutral Bay NSW 2089…

Woman playing tennis at Victoria Barracks during Japanese Naval Squadron visit, 26 January 1924 – Sydney Picture

Members of the Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in January 1924 as part of a training cruise. The squadron consisted of the IWATE, ASAMA and YAKUMO. Nearly 2,500 men of which 300 were midshipmen spent time in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth during their tour. An unidentified woman is shown here at…

Ebi Okonomiyaki + Modern (noodles) – Jugemu and Shimbashi AUD13+6 – by Julia – Sydney Picture

When our Prawn and Noodle Okonomiyaki arrived, I was quite amazed at the effort that went into decorating it. Usually, the mayonnaise and plum sauce are squirted on in a cross-hatch pattern. At Jugemu and Shimbashi, extra frills were added with a toothpick. The addition of noodles to okonomiyaki makes it the "Modern" version. Perhaps…

Sushi train – Sydney Picture

Hasselblad 500C/M Carl Zeiss Planar T* 80mm f/2.8 Kodak Portra 160NC f/2.8, 1/30s Image published by Christopher Crouzet on 2010-05-29 09:23:57 and used under Creative Commons license. Tagged: , japanese , japonais , reflection , reflet , restaurant , Sydney , New South Wales , Australia , Hasselblad , 500C/M , Kodak , Portra ,…

Japanese sailor sitting on a winch probably on board naval vessel TAISEI MARU, 1906-1934 – Sydney Picture

This image depicts a Japanese sailor probably on board the Japanese naval training vessel TAISEI MARU. The four-masted steel barque was built in 1904 by Kawasaki Dockyard Company for the Japanese Imperial Government in Kobe, Japan. In December 1906, ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’ reported that ‘the pioneer vessel of the Imperial Nautical College of Tokyo’…

Green Tea Rolled Cakes – Assorted Desserts – Azuma Chifley AUD20 – by Julia – Sydney Picture

Assorted Desserts: – Vanilla Creme Brulee – Green Tea Rolled Cake – Belgian Chocolate Mousse – Wine Jelly with diced fruits We couldn’t finish without having desserts! Rich, decadent desserts finishing with a palate-cleansing wine jelly and fruits. — We’ve heard a lot about Azuma from friends, so we owed it to ourselves to visit.…

Japanese warship HIJMS YAKUMO underway in Sydney Harbour – Sydney Picture

Members of the Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in January 1924 as part of a training cruise. The squadron, led by Admiral Makoto Saito, consisted of the IWATE, ASAMA and YAKUMO. Nearly 2,500 men of which 300 were midshipmen spent time in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth during their tour. This photo…

Japanese warship HIJMS IWATE in Sydney Harbour, January 1924 – Sydney Picture

Members of the Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in January 1924 as part of a training cruise. The squadron, led by Admiral Makoto Saito, consisted of the IWATE, ASAMA and YAKUMO. Nearly 2,500 men of which 300 were midshipmen spent time in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth during their tour. This photo…

9243 Matsuri festival Sydney – Sydney Picture

Karate, The Matsuri festival is a Japanese cultural event promoting cultural exchange amongst Australian and Japanese communities. Image published by Rmonty119 on 2011-10-30 00:21:48 and used under Creative Commons license. Tagged: , Karate , canon50D , Sydney , Australia , NSW , Matsuri , Japanese , Festival , harbour , DarlingHabour

Entertaining visiting Japanese naval officers at a tennis party at Victoria Barracks, 26 January 1924 – Sydney Picture

Members of the Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in January 1924 as part of a training cruise. The squadron consisted of the IWATE, ASAMA and YAKUMO. Nearly 2,500 men of which 300 were midshipmen spent time in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth during their tour. An unidentified Japanese officer is shown here…

Four Japanese men wearing suits and holding parasols by a roadside possibly in Nagoya – Sydney Picture

This photo is part of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s Samuel J. Hood Studio collection. Sam Hood (1872-1953) was a Sydney photographer with a passion for ships. His 60-year career spanned the romantic age of sail and two world wars. The photos in the collection were taken mainly in Sydney and Newcastle during the first…

Japanese warship HIJMS IWATE in Sydney Harbour, January 1924 – Sydney Picture

Members of the Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in January 1924 as part of a training cruise. The squadron, led by Admiral Makoto Saito, consisted of the IWATE, ASAMA and YAKUMO. Nearly 2,500 men of which 300 were midshipmen spent time in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth during their tour. This photo…

Japanese sailors standing on board a steam pinnace with HIJMS IZUMO in the background – Sydney Picture

The Imperial Japanese Naval Squadron visited Australia in 1928, arriving in Sydney on 15 July 1928. The squadron consisted of the cruisers HIJMS IZUMO, commanded by Captain M Hirota and HIJMS YAKUMO, commanded by Captain M Idemitsu. Among the 1,600 men on board the cruisers was Sub-Lieutenant Prince Takamatsu, the third son of HIM Emperor…

Massive Japanese Ramen Challenge in Sydney, Australia!! – Sydney Video

A&Z #486 – Atlas vs The Japanese Ramen Challenge at Komachi Japanese Restaurant in Surry Hills, NSW, Australia (Day #7 / Challenge #6). Hey everybody!! It’s day #7 of our 2017 Australia Tour and for this food challenge I’m at Komachi Japanese Restaurant in Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia. I will be taking on…