Founded in 1961 and according to the decour it’s never been refurnished or reformed. But that doesn’t matter because the food speaks for itself, and the pork cutlets and the best I have ever had in Japan.
If you are touring around Awaji Island it’s a welcome halfway pitstop.
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Totally got lost while taking a mountain track home. Forks leading to dead ends and more dead ends. I thought I knew where the tracks would go, But No, and running low on gas I decided the consulate the GPS unit and found a trail out.
Hitting the wall or hitting the bonk for some reason or another is pronounced “hanger knock” in Japanese.
I generally only find myself hitting the wall during autumn, I don’t know why? maybe it’s the cool Awaji Island winds that zap my energy, or maybe it was just the lack of sleep the night before, Anyway after the meager 30 kilometres I hit the wall and I hard it hard. Luckily the route was take is jampacked with convenience stores which stock hundreds of sugary delights from which I called on “lifeguard” to get me over the wall.