There are 12 total rooms, 4 bathrooms, and one fantastic sentou style bathing room. The building is reformed kominka style–creating a pleasant and relaxing, warm, atmosphere. Nearby are plenty of attractions and delicious special foods of the region.
Because the building was recently used for an art exhibition (featuring the brilliant work of Tabaimo), several rooms come equipped with special LED lighting and glass floors for a truly unique and mood altering experience. Highly recommended.
Made in Tosa! (Strawberry, vanilla-egg, sea salt, and Imo-ken Flavors). After a long bike ride on the Niyodo river with Guy in Kochi.
The one with silver legs is pretty rare, FYI. And I’ve also got a onsen-fuchiko, too. Ballin’.
Jelly麹, a set on Flickr.
A flickr set from the last 6 months or so. Some really great memories in here. Bike rides and new bibimbap restraunts. Okamoto Taro tower mimicry and all night dancing in Osaka. Vegan cafes in rural Japan, and video game bars back in Shinsaibashi with old friends. Worth a gander!
“Beer Belly” is Minoh’s new bar in Tenma–a great area of Osaka filled with cool little bars. Near BB is a pretty nice taco joint, and also a great wine bar, if you feel like making the rounds. If you do make it out to BB, the fish and chips are some of the most affordable and delicious I’ve found in Osaka.
Kind of hard to see in this photo, but the cafe is just footsteps away from the beach. The interior is beautifully remodeled, from an old boat house. There’s lots of good reading to be done (I’ve chosen a book about a jellyfish)–and the food is nothing to scoff at, either. Delicious traditional Japanese offerings. You can read more about 今伊荘 (Imaisou) here.