Tiny Bakery in Bizen City: Rosemary

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City: Rosemary

Hello world! It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce a compact bakery in Bizen City this time.

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City: Rosemary

Rosemary is a very small bakery just like Hitotsu Kobo in Setouchi City, however, it is a lot harder to access if you are driving. Note that big cars might NOT make it through.

Store front. A bunch of rosemary plants welcome you.

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City:  Rosemary

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City:  Rosemary

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City:  Rosemary

We tried custard cream danish, crispy bacon baguette and onion bread, and had them at the eat-in space.

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City:  Rosemary

Tiny Bakery in Bizen City:  Rosemary

It tastes sort of nostalgic.

Alright, let’s call it a day.

Information

Name Rosemary
Access 790 Kagatomoto, Bizen City, Okayama
Business Hours 9:00 – 17:00Open: Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays
Contact 090-7975-7621
Website https://rosemary0105.amebaownd.com/ (in JP)

Lastly

How do you find it? I would like to explore more local bakeries. Stay tuned.

See you around!

Six Major Japanese Dog Breeds

Six Major Japanese Dog Breeds

I would like to introduce six major Japanese dog breeds this time.

Six Major Japanese Dog Breeds

Are you a cat person or a dog person? (or neither) I suppose I am a dog person myself since my zodiac is dog as well. Heh heh. I used to have a Siberian husky in my childhood. He was big and cute (however not smart!). The most lovable dog in my life.

Are you familiar with Japanese dogs? There are many but major ones would be Akita-inu, Kai-ken, Kishu-ken, Shiba-inu, Shikoku-ken, and Hokkaido-ken.

Let’s take a look one by one.

Shikoku-inu (四国犬)

One of Shikoku-inu breeds, Tosa-ken (土佐犬) from Kochi Prefecture is especially known for dog-fight (which is prohibited today). They look intimidating but it depends on how you raise and train.

Kai-ken (甲斐犬)

It originates in Yamanashi Prefecture. Since they are originally hunting dogs, they are likely loyal to owners. The tiger-alike stripes is the cool trademark. A big con for having one would be barking.  Extra training may be required.

Shiba-inu (柴犬)

Shiba-inu is one of the most popular breeds recently. There is even a smaller version called Mame-shiba. Mametaro is probably the most famous Shiba-inu in Japan. I like black Shiba personally though.

Kishu-ken (紀州犬)

It is originally from the Kishu region (around Wakayama Prefecture). They are for hunting animals like boars, however, this naturally means they are likely aggressive and rough without getting trained properly.

Akita-inu (秋田犬)

As Hachi the movie, it is known that Akita-ken dogs are quite loyal to their owners. Another famous dog is Wasao. This fluffy-type Akita-inu looks damn adorable. I would love to pet him!

Hokkaido-ken (北海道犬)

It is said that Ainu, the natives in northern Japan including Hokkaido had those Hokkaido-ken for hunting.

Lastly

How do you find it? Believe or not, it is said that owners and doggies tend to look alike. When I look around people dog-walking, I kinda get it. Heh heh. Nothing offensive. It’s just a cute thing.

See you around!