Day 6: Jigokudani Snow Monkey Park
By then, we arrived back at Shibu Onsen, it was nearly 2pm. My tummy was rumbling, I was starving and I just remembered that I had a very light breakfast this morning.
There are only about eight or nine restaurants in town, mostly are on the main bath street. We passed this tiny homey Japanese restaurant and straight away went for it.
|Tokumi (Ramen and Chicken Cutlet Shop)|
Inside, there is only one guy. He is multi-tasking as a waiter, chef and cleaner. But he works very fast and prompt.
|Lemon Brandy Drink|
|Chicken, Egg and rice ¥300 (mini bowl)|
|Tsukemen Chashu ¥800|
|Chicken Katsu Don ¥900|
Every single dishes that we got were absolutely spot on. They were delicious homey dishes, very flavoursome. Unbelievably, but we managed to scrap the plate clean.
On the main bath street
11am - 2pm
5pm - 11.30pm
Closed on Wednesday
Stay tuned for the next blog still in Japan:
Day 6: Shabu Shabu dinner at Kokuya Ryokan