Hi there. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce Cafe Asato in Wake (pronounce as Wa-ke) Town this time.
Kominka Cafe Asato in Wake Town
Wake Town is in eastern Okayama Prefecture. The renovated abandoned-school-cafe Fusha is actually near by this place. It’s sorta on the way to Fusha.
Walk down the stairs from the parking (available for 4-5 cars).
Here we come.
A cute doggy welcomes us. Asato is actually his (her?) name. Heh, very adorable.
Very classy, isn’t it?
A piece of chiffon cake and cappa joe. The owner(s) served it with extra jelly on the side. That is very nice of them!
What a relaxing and quiet afternoon…..(spacing out)
Let’s call it a day.
||Asato (隠れ家 Asato)
||507 Minami Yamagata, Wake-cho, Wake-gun, Okayama
Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays
How do you find it?
See you around!
Hello world. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce a bakery that uses Okayama flour for bread.
Taste Okayama Flour: BS Bakery (Wake Town)
This bakery says that it takes only a minute from JR Wake Station by skateboard. I don’t know if this is a Wake joke but anyway we took a visit for investigation (we don’t have a skateboard though).
Apparently BS stands for blue spring and it refers to Seishun (青春) in Japanese which means youth. Hm. Its specialty is BS baguette made by Monge flour. Monge is Okayama dialect meaning ‘very’ or ‘freaking’ just like Sugoi (すごい) or Suge (すげ～).
Let us try some. Actually we were here for lunch. Heh heh. Mucho hungry. Including baguette, it was pretty good. What we picked were our liking (crunchy). I would like to come back sometime for sure.
Alrighty, let’s call it a day.
||BS Bakery (Blue Spring Bakery)
||948-1 Kinugasa, Wake-cho, Wake-gun, Okayama
||9:00 – 16:00Closed: Sundays, Mondays, national holidays
How do you find it? Please swing by if ya get around.
See you around!