While Tokyo is a major metropolitan city that’s used to dealing with natural disasters, New York is not. Hurricane Irene is making her way up the Eastern Seaboard, causing cancellations (flights, MLB games) and closures (New York’s mass transit system).
I wanted to stock up on onigiri and other Japanese food stuffs, but Sunrise Mart in the East Village was closed. The best thing I could do was go to a neighborhood deli.
So how does JapanCulture•NYC stay dry when a hurricane threatens NYC?
With Asahi Super Dry, of course. What are you doing during the storm?