Amanohashidate to be counted in the three most scenic spots in Japan. Sandbar that separates the Miyazuwan and Asoumi is, the scenery viewed from the observatory, named “Amanohashidate” because it seemed to the bridge over the sky seems. Show the saturation of the four seasons here, a lot of tourists regardless of the season visited are enjoying “Hiryukan” with views from the “crotch peep”. Since it is in contact with the bay, seafood is also rich, when tourism is one of the fun of travel also enjoy the seafood. We though, fun here Miyazu of food are not the only seafood. Perhaps it is soul food of Miyazu do not know the majority of people who live in Kyoto “curry noodles”.
Birthplace of the shop is currently closed
According to one theory Toka thing called “Miyazu curry noodles” has been present from the post-war. “Peace eaves” is likely to have closed Chinese Ryoriya that have been originated in the shop. Currently, people who fell in love with the taste, which provides each of the “curry noodles”. Chinese Ryoriya, in addition to the dining room, and a café and bar, really not offering a variety of shops as a specialty, suggesting Do intrudes how in the life of Miyazu. Also to say a word as “curry noodles”, there is a “wet type” and “dry type”, closer to the taste of the original of the “wet type” Dasou. “Wet type” is like a curry udon has entered the noodles in a curry soup, soup is the “dry type” is not, be helpful image of cup noodles, which is commercially available.
Shop to introduce this time is “Hashidate marine center Mizumatsu garden”. Shopkeeper “curry noodles” in pursuit of taste of “peace eaves?” Of the original is, the soup is to lapping feel faintly sweet taste and aroma of exciting spices. Rice also can order, people of passage is Toka I eat in the curry and rice to put in the soup that was left over after a meal. In the way of enjoying the class B unique, taste a commitment of soup to the last.
Furthermore, in here, there is only marine center, delicious well as rock oysters and squid. By all means try to taste together.
Hashidate marine center Mizumatsu Garden
Address: Miyazu, Kyoto Prefecture Komatsu 10
Hours: 11:00 to 15:00
regular holiday: a day, seven days a week
telephone number: 0772-27-1488
“Text, Photo: Naoyuki Nakagawa”