Reuse the old houses and closed down outdated, to the studio and cafes. Now, the young owners and craftsmen, are an increasing number of cases to be active in the countryside away from the city. Sasayama the area of attention in the Kansai active is such renovation management.
It is next to the old school building, which was renovated lined the current school building, a mysterious space
Over 70 of the wooden corridor of tears stuff school, cluttered ordered handmade wooden toys, to use as it is a part of the place was “based on Oyama nursery school”, in cafes and galleries.This place was named the people and memories gathering place on the theme as “monoile (compartment)”, visited by as many people of that name.
Space making while the remaining vestiges of the previous nursery, still to come hear the children’s voices. I mean, actually hear. The next there is a current school building, the large ground, seems to have been playing the children, even a holiday. In addition, likely Children’s Playground, diaper changing space, are available a small nursing space, enjoy in peace mom’s who is to visit with their children.
Popular many also menu of body think
The lunch time are available the plate menu, also rich in standby Kids menu. And local milk, eggs of domestic flat, such as vegetables purchased from neighboring farmers, likely to enjoy in the firm tongue the charm of Sasayama in local production for local consumption of the menu. Even in self-cultivation has been challenge, juicy fresh taste is also attractive.
A blend coffee and tea also organic cultivation, body-friendly, rustic flavor comes through something like the warmth of the creator from. In a rainy day, when you do not play outside it is a cafe feel the nostalgia in the suburbs, might be nice to spend relaxing while listening to the sound of rain.
■ Address: Hyogo Prefecture Sasayama OyamaShin 78 former nursery school building
■ Phone: 079-506-2418
■ Hours: 11: 00-16: 30 (LO)
■ Close: Tuesday through Thursday ※ business day is the HP Check out
■ HP: http: //www.monoile.com/
“Text: Taico, Photo: Naoyuki Nakagawa”