I happened to get invited for that day actually & thought: Well, why not go if I don't have any plans.
I've really looked tired for the past days since I arrived in Japan though and I start thinking I should eat more. But strangely I'm not particularly hungry for anything since I arrived in here ( ; ; )
Even though I looked tired, I had a good evening and the food was great, especially the dessert.
|me & my friend, the dessert <3|
|still looking tired, haha ; ;|
Besides, I also tried on this pair of Ma*rs pants but I think I'll rather go for d.i.a.~
So after 'window shopping', my friend and I headed to Shinjuku and I felt a weird kind of hunger mixed with nausea (I often get nauseous though, especially when I am really hungry and don't eat in the morning. I know, not exactly healthy...). I decided to eat something at Café Aya in Shinjuku since the mentaiko spaghetti was below 400yen! I was okay for a bit but still got hungry later on, so I ate an onigiri. Later I drank some wine, too and this is when it started. I felt really nauseous. I've been living with nausea since I take the birth control and can handle it by now but how I felt then was just horrible. I decided to eat a bit more, I still didn't feel full, but after a while I couldn't take it anymore and started throwing up. Even when I just drank water, I threw it all up. I felt terrible until I think 8 am in the morning, when I could finally sleep without throwing all up.
For now I'll be trying to eat healthy and I will also be cutting meat I think. I am not sure if this sickness was caused by my badly organized diet or by the steak I ate on the 14th. It was medium and slightly raw in the middle, and a friend recently had problems too, after eating meat. I've heard that last year there was quite some problems with high caesium levels in meat, but I am still not sure if that could be the reason. It annoys me that you can never find out the real reason after all!
Did anyone else have similar problems while being in Japan? Even just slight nausea or anything?