This honey farm makes and sells their own honey and also runs a small cafe out of an old-style Japanese house. Their specialty is honey soft serve.
A new restaurant whose dishes are so delicious they should be in grandma's recipe book. It has a local coffee-shop vibe with a wide selection of coffee drinks, smoothies, alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails, mouth-watering dishes, and some of the most delicious desserts I've ever had. The chef's tomato basil pasta was (from an American perspective)... Continue Reading →
Hana no Mai: Tateyama Location はなの舞 館山店 HIGHLIGHT: The place definitely tastes like it's part of a chain, but they also have local specialties like Boso-caught spanish mackerel aji and fried nabana rapeseed blossoms. Some of their fish is so fresh that their heads and tails will still move at your table! RECOMMENDED: Their extensive drink menu, large space, and location... Continue Reading →