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 →
Hasshuuken (Ramen Restaurant) 八洲軒 A small but delicious Chinese restaurant with a variety of ramen, yakisoba, and other set dishes. I got the chaashuu ramen (comes with roasted pork) as shown in the picture. The pork melted in my mouth and overall it was delicious! It's also very accessible by car, train, or bus. It's... Continue Reading →
Kisoba: Kawana 生そばかわな HIGHLIGHT: This homely little hole-in-the-wall offers cheap but delicious eats. Their vegetable tempura makes for a hearty meal, as a variety of locally grown fresh vegetables are placed alongside your buckwheat noodles. RECOMMENDED: Favored for take-out during lunch, this place is great for a quick meal. HOURS: (lunch) 11:45~3:00 (dinner) 5:30~9:30 Closed... Continue Reading →