Hi there. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce Bakery Teruo in Okayama City.
Bakery Teruo (Okayama City)
Bakery Teruo is located in Kita-Ward of Okayama City, not far from Toiyacho where Onsaya Coffee and many stores stand. I have seen this store on TV as a recommended bakery by local bakeries, so why not give it a shot?
More bread is in stock at scheduled time which is most likely in the morning. Since it was introduced as a good croissant bakery, Ren (Mrs. Wada) couldn’t resist not to pick one.
Done with payment and we moved to its eat-in section. Hot/cold drinks are available as well. Coffee is like 100 yen with free refill. What a deal. According to Ren, croissant was pretty good. I tried other bread and they were good as well! I myself enjoyed the seat. Heh heh.
OK, let’s call it a day.
1-1-15 Nakasendo, Kita-ward, Okayama city
8:00 – 19:00
Closed: Every Monday and the 2nd Sunday
How do you find it? Why don’t you explore local and find your favorite on the weekends? And of course share your thoughts / discovery with us!
Hi, Mrs. Wada here, back on duty. This time, I’m going to introduce the cafe we visited during our Kagoshima trip.
Kominka Cafe ZENZAI (Kagoshima)
The cafe’s name is ZENZAI, which refers to a sweet Japanese red beans soup with rice ball toppings. This cafe was featured in my favorite TV show “Furucafe-kei, Haru-san no Kyuujitsu“, a show that introduces traditional Japanese houses renovated into cafes.
Noticed the curved pathway in the picture above? That’s to give disadvantage to attacking enemies (giving them no clue to what’s ahead). This is one of the unique features of the house landscape in this area. This house is used to be a samurai house.
I was worried that it might be crowded during the holidays, but it turned out alright, we didn’t have to wait long. It was actually a good thing we visited late in the afternoon to enjoy a relaxing time. It would have been nice also to explore the neighborhood.