In Teramachi, this Ōbaku temple (Ōbaku is the third-largest Zen sect after Rinzai and Sōtō) was built in 1629 by Chinese monk Chaonian....
This is the best-known of several bridges that dot the river. Parallel to the temple row is the river, the Nakashima-gawa, which is...
Cool but friendly, this dark basement bar is a bit of a local icon, cluttered with rock memorabilia. There's a huge collection of tunes,...
Despite the name Toruko (Turkish) rice, there's nothing much Turkish about this hearty Nagasaki signature dish: pork cutlets in hearty,...
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Shippoku Hamakatsu information
Come here if you would like to experience shippoku ryōri and still afford your airfare home. Course menus are filling and varied (the Otakusa Shippoku is served on a dramatic round tray). In addition, there is a choice of either Japanese- or Western-style seating.