After checking out the hotel, we went to a Korean market H-MART in Houston.
This supermarket deals mainly Korean products and East Asian foods, too.
Miyoko and the band went to eat lunch at the food court. I ordered deep fried Chinese dumplings. One portion was a dozen of Gyoza. I ate 10 of them.
Korean seaweed on a shelf. Who is he?
Wow, he was here again.
Live fish was sold.
After H-Mart, off to the hotel.
Checked in the hotel, we had 3 hours to stay there. I took a nap caused by the last half of the busy tour.
We loaded in the venue. There was nothing in the neighborhood.
Around the venue
Around the venue. Storage?
Inside of the venue
A record shop is next to the venue in the same building.
Today’s front act Giant Kitty’s cat is cute.
After sound check, our dinner was Ramen catering. Three people from today’s cooperated Ramen restaurant NINJA RAMEN brought cooking utensils to the venue and made Ramen for us.
With Ramen chef.
Ramen was so delicious! I love this egg a lot. The chef said they use fresh eggs only. Soup was very yummy. Thanks a lot!
In spite of catering but making Ramen at a kitchen, the taste was high quality.
Pic with NINJA RAMEN crew
We autographed the Vinyl Killer which was owned by our audience. It’s a very rare item.
The opening act Hearts of Animals. The vocalist voice was beautiful.
The second band was Giant Kitty. We played with them two years ago. Their performance improved.
There were many posters on the wall of our dressing room. I saw Guitar Wolf’s.
Then our turn. I talked about an amusement park Space World which was closed in 2005 between songs. Many audience reacted. Thank you for coming and smiley faces.