Hola amigos. We would like to introduce Udo Coffee in Bizen City this time.
Cafe in Bizen City: Udo Coffee
Udo Coffee is run by an owner of a popular cafe named Kinoshita Shoten. Let’s see what differences this place makes.
First of all, it is inside the JR Inbe Station. Inbe is the center of Bizen City (there is no Bizen Station, by the way) where it is famous for Bizenyaki pottery. The cafe is inside the building but right before the gate, so non-passengers can enter as well.
Interior looks nice. Oh hey, look at the view of the platform through the window! Trains pass by every now and then. It reminds us of Tsuji Coffee in Kasaoka City which is also beside the train rail.
We grabbed some chocolate cake and a toast. Of course with coffee (in a Bizenyaki mug!)
Let’s call it a day.
How do you find it? A cafe inside a station is such a catch, isn’t it? Well, not just a catch, it is awesome. Please swing by.
See you around!
Hi there. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce an organic food cafe in Okayama called Ito this time.
Organic Food Cafe: Ito in Bizen City (Okayama)
Ito cafe is located in Bizen City, Okayama Prefecture. Just a few-minute walk from JR Mitsuishi Station. A nicely done kominka cafe. OK, why don’t we go investigate?
It is run by a couple. The first impression I had was slow and relaxing. I like that.
We came in for food actually. Today’s lunch and pizza lunch would be great. For pizza, we picked from standard margarita or soya sauce with veggies. Apparently it is cooked in oven made of bricks from the brick factory next door. Sounds neat! Today’s lunch was millet croquette and some other vegetarian side dishes. Yum. They seem to use only organic stuff.
We couldn’t resist not to get a chocolate cake since we saw it on menu. It was super rich and a good pair with coffee. I preferred darker coffee for this personally but good good…
OK, let’s call it a day.
||Ito -絲- organic food
||412 Mitsuishi, Bizen City, Okayama
||Open Fridays and Saturdays
How do you find it? It’s easy access by train. Nice to stop by on the way to Okayama or Osaka for tourists.
See you around!