Since Hydrangeas are in bloom so we made a trip down south and many people were also on the train headed toward the same direction as us. Hydrangeas are also know as Ajisai (紫陽花）in Japanese and they bloom around the rainy season of June (though this June is little more dry as compared to the past as mentioned by my Japanese teachers).
Finally, I made it to the restaurant that I wanted to try the last time I visited and we managed to get last minute reservation the day before but at 1130am. When we were there, many people were turned or asked to return at a later hour. The restaurant only had 4 lunch choices (with rice, soup, and coffee/tea) to choose from. This was the lunch plate which consisted of fried fish, some sashimi, salad and pickles.
Amazingly, the tuna don which was the cheapest but was the most delicious as the tuna were big chunks piled on hot steaming Japanese rice. Pour a little light soy sauce over it and you are good to go.
And the most amazing cream custard I ever had. Custard cream was rich with a tinge of milk taste and when you dip your spoon in, the liquid chocolate syrup would seep out and you can mix it with your custard……Even for a non dessert lover like me, I can’t help but take a few more mouthful since I was sharing the dessert.
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