A drive through the country roads reminded me of the familiar tune, "Country Roads," played often at Munich's Oktoberfest bands. The changing colors of the leaves are appreciated as we drive through forests and tunnels of the mountainous terrain.
We arrive in front of a what looks like a farmhouse resto. There are no commercial businesses nearby. It is isolated and not fancy. Inside it reminds me of the inside of a barn with a very high ceiling, one large space, and a faded, rustic look. Ceramics are offered for sale along the side.
The mom and pop resto has the mom running the front and the pop cooking. We sit at the only table with chairs; the other seats are on tatami mats with no leg wells. It is fully booked with an eclectic group of soba afficionados.
The menu is limited. Besides hot or cold soba there are sides of shrimp and vegetable tempura. We have matcha. The cost is reasonable at 1800Y for two.
We all liked the uniqueness of this resto.
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