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It has been said that Togakushi is the birthplace of soba. So why not go with the best of them all: the centuries-old, family-run Uzuraya.
There are many options to choose from, so I usually combine traditional Japanese dishes like rice, tamagoyaki omelette and pickles, and European cuisine like French toast, corn potage soup, and fresh fruit. And the black bread never ceases to astonish me. Overall, a great way to start you day in Karuizawa.
Mikado is a famous coffee shop whose speciality is mocha soft serve ice cream. You can it eat it in a cone or in a cup, or in a coffee float (with iced coffee, of course). When served in a cup, mocha soft ice-cream is garnished with a dried Californian prune soaked in a special syrup.
Irohado in Nagano's Kinasa Village serve delicious home-made oyaki (stuffed vegetable dumplings) in their beautifully preserved traditional farmhouse.
There are secrets in the forest of Karuizawa. One of them involves an Englishman, his Japanese wife and their seven year old boy. A Beatle in Japan.
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Haruniré Terrace, in the Hoshino Resort area, is a sweet little boardwalk type area surrounded by the spring cedar trees that are its namesake. There are some lovely
There are many miso breweries in Nagano and some of them have their own shop. At Ishii Miso Brewery, you can see inside the brewery and have a lunch containing miso soup, salad with miso dressing, rice balls, and even ice cream using their miso.
One of the tours Picchio runs from the Hoshinoya Resorts is the Campfire Café. Go with one of their knowledgeable guides into the forest, where all the preparations have