This place is across the street from the train station, on the way to the docks, on the west corner (the streets run NE-SW and NW-SE). The apparent owner is an older woman who speaks good English. My wife had the rice curry dish, which she enjoyed very much, and which was quite large. I noticed that one of the Japanese customers had an attractive ground-meat plate with some nice side dishes, and so I ordered that. (It turned out to be 550 yen.) The restaurant has an English-language menu, with items different than those which we ordered. The inside does not look like the picture on the trip advisor web site. We sat at a long bench/table next to a window. The reading material there included a 1000-page pictorial history of the reign of Emperor Hirohito.
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