Breakfast: banana and muesli bar.
Oops: doughnut. I don't usually eat donuts, especially if they are Mr. donuts, which are like cardboard filled with custard someone forgot to put the sugar into. But this donut was SPECIAL. Made by some small boutique bakery (I made double sure to NOT find out where it was), it was coated in sugar and actually tasted of oil too. Like someone had looked up how to make a real doughnut, and with typical Japanese precision and application, perfected it. All I can say in my defense was, I only had one.
Lunch: the ekiben. The rice was horrible and hard, which was good, cos I didn't eat much of it!
I know this is the Tokaido lunch and I was on the Sanyo line, but I don't care, okay?
Dinner: sandwich. After our shark picnic worked out so well I decided Monday-after-swimming picnics in the park is quite a good idea, so we did it again, this time we had sandwiches. Just one cheese, lettuce and marmite one, but it was white bread. To my credit (you've got to focus on the GOOOD!) I did NOT eat the potato salad bun I'd bought, or the yogurt or any of the chocolate, despite it being my favorite (Black). Why? Because instead of telling myself No, I just told myself I could have it later. Later hasn't come yet.