Ola amigos. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce you a fine cafe called Ryugi in Toiyacho, Okayama City.
Cafe Dinner in Toiyacho: Ryugi
Ryugi is in a business building just across from Toiyacho Terrace in Toiyacho, Okayama City. It’s near by the mai-mai cafe and Onsaya Coffee. I saw another cafe in the same building though perhaps check it out another time.
We took the combo deal and now gotta go get them ourselves. Yes, an interesting part of this place is that you help yourself, like a buffet. It had 6 kinds of sweets in the showcase. Gosh, we’d pick one of each so we could try all kinds!
Tada. Chocolate tart, cheese cake, chiffon cake, brownie, pudding, matcha-chocolate baked donut. Hm, that’s a lot!
To be frank, these tasted alright, not so spectacular. Plus, it turned out, that was too much for us (burp). We better know how much we are capable of having.
Alright. Let’s call it a day.
11-106 Toiyacho, Kitaku-ku, Okayama City
11:00 – 23:00
Open every day
How do you find it? It is surprisingly reasonable, isn’t it? Well, we learned that it doesn’t always go with the quality, (=_=)
Hello world! It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to show you around Ushimado Olive Garden in Okayama.
Ushimado Olive Garden in Okayama
Ushimado Olive Garden is in the beautiful Ushimado area facing the Setouchi Sea where it has been featured as “Okayama’s Aegean Sea”. Well, Japanese like this kind of catch and you may be thinking what’s the point of seeing European stuff in Japan. Anyway, the point is Ushimado is a neat place. (^v^)
It’s admission-free. Go up the hill with a bunch of olive trees on the side. Olive products made from these are available at a store called Olive Store at the top.
Every October it holds an olive festival to celebrate the harvest season. Free bus rides are available from a temporary parking below the mountain. It offers stuff like free tasting of fresh olive oil, experiencing harvesting olives, and some free food as well (paella)! There are many food stands as well.
How do you find it? To be frank, with or without olives Ushimado Olive Garden is good to visit all year around because the beautiful views are always up there! If you drive, there are nice cafes near by like CAFE EASE. Please check them out as well.