Shiga Prefecture and Mie Prefecture border. From the pottery town of Shigaraki by car 20 is in the place ran about minutes ” cafe noka “. Cutlery of commitment were ordered from all over the country, you can enjoy a selection of coffee and tea. The hotel has been gallery, pottery has been collected the works of various writers around, favorite ones can also be purchased.
Familiar with the sophisticated taste in the mountains
White in the store that was the keynote is, tastefully laid out wooden interior. Space of each table has also been secured, even for a boiled, conversation with friends can enjoy without having to worry about the around. Because of food and beverage spaces shoes strictly prohibited, since changing shoes to slippers, the Notes when visiting boots and the like.
The smell of coffee drifting faintly in the store are those that have been roasted in the “cafe Flanders” in Gifu Prefecture. Shin roast refreshing acidity of the features of the citrus “Kenya AA ” In addition to its own blend of coffee is 1 cup of 450 can enjoy from the yen.
Tea, of Ashiya MUSICA TEA . Long-established here was founded, not through the trading company, has been that it has provided for the first time a full-fledged pot tea imported tea leaves in their own root in Japan Dojima in Osaka. In This tea you can enjoy the mountains of the border of Shiga and Mie Prefecture, be it only in a valuable experience.
And seasonal fruit, MUSICA all cakes and cookies using the tea leaves of noka original. I feel the season on the tongue, enjoying the fragrant taste.
Cutlery you are using is available for purchase some
Storage containers of Noda enamel, glass you are using, such as mortar Hari glass, of MatsuIsao glass is just one of commitment craftsman maid. And I want to live surrounded by such a thing, everyone should yearn for if women. In here, it is available for purchase some in-store or the hotel has been gallery likely. After enjoying a cup of tea is, try to make sure is collocated with slowly-store gallery.
“Text: Taico, Photo: Naoyuki Nakagawa”