I decided that I am going to make my morning meal some sort of combination of bananas and eggs. It seems to be both cost effective and nutritious. Also, eggs seem to be the only thing in Japan that I can still cook. Although, I can't add cheese, because I haven't seen any cheese anywhere to add. I suppose I could buy a bunch of the cheese bread type stuff and peel the cheese off and add it to my eggs and make an omelet, but that seems silly. Seriously, though.. I'll do that if I don't find cheese soon.
Anyway, more on the topic of food: I have developed a very unfortunate passion for melon breads. The reason I say it is unfortunate is because the stuff costs ~105 yen when I find it and I can't say no. The first one I found was at Family Mart(famima) and it was incredible. It was like they'd made some sort of butter or something and soaked it all the way through the bread, spreading delicious melon flavor throughout. It wasn't oily or anything; I'm just unsure how one might do that without making the bread soggy. It had this not-quite-frosting crust on the top that was amazing. It's like the first time you learn that you can bite into a honey comb. The second melon bread I bought was from some grocery store. It was smaller than the first one, so I almost didn't buy it, but I'm glad I did. It was called melon&melon bread, so I my curiosity teamed up with my obsession and over-rode my fear of disappointment at a bad value. As it turns out, there was the same sort of awesome outside melonyness of the former melon bread, but with a creamy melony center. Not like bavarian creme or anything heavy like that. It was soft and fluffy. I will try to sneak some back with me, if I can.
As much as I've loved all the foods I've come into contact with, it is hard for me to imagine finding better food. It's like when you love someone so much that you think you won't ever experience anything stronger than this. And then you meet their sister and the game changes, mirite?! I'm being silly, but I think my point is made. I have been here for but a few days. I can't let my heart become so attached to melon bread that I don't see its sister sitting next to it, can I? I must try all the breads, nay, I must try everything until I find the melon bread's sister that I belong with.