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Without tripadvisor we would have probably just walked past this place. We had to wait a bit outside because the space inside is quite limited - but it was was well worth it. The place is run by a friendly couple. Rice and curry were...More
Not sure if the interior is authentic but it is nicely decorated, making a wonderful place to take your meal or just to have a cup of coffee or tea.
The restaurant opens at 1120 and we were first in the queue. By the time...More
It's a cafe in a Gassho-style house. The menu is small -- just curry rice, coffee or tea. But it's understandable because it's run by an elderly couple without any additional staff. They have to keep the menu small to be efficient. It's always full...More
Ochiudo literally means refugees. The hosts, very nice Japanese couples, explained in terms of historic civil war of the past resulted in winner and the losers - ochiudo.
We travellers are not losers but we are quite similar to refugee. Wandering from one place to...More
We stopped here without seeing any recommendations and stumbled across the perfect spot for a cup of tea, a rest and wonderful hospitality.
Within seconds of climbing down the stairs we were seated around a traditional fireplace, offered English menus, and books showing magnificent pictures...More
By instinct we chose Ochuudo House, and it was a perfect choice!
Later, this choice was memorable as we found the host was so hospitable and he shared with us some of the kinds being a Japanese, including coaching us how to grill Ginkgo Biloba!...More