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*Restaurant called "追いはぎ峠 oihagi-toge.
brigand bandit-mountain path*
Considering Theresa's comment and advice, I'll change into "bandit" ;-)
We went this restaurant last autumn for dinner on our way home from somewhere p:-)
Picture above is from the homepage of this restaurant as I only have night shots.
Stone Stairs with decorated flowers and Ornament used Tire with flower inside.
Food we had "rice ball. udon-noodle. cooked chicken thigh with bone"
I asked to cut my rice ball in half, too much for tiny me p;)
The chicken thigh is called '山賊焼き sanzoku-yaki.
The name of this dish is derived from the way this chicken eaten wildly. And the origin of the name of this restaurant is actually there were
brigands bandits in
this mountain pass in the old days.
This old type agricultural machinery is called '唐箕. toumi'. Used to sort out hulled grains from dust. I happened to find this page introducing how this machinery is used and especially for soba. My husband was a little excited and read this page :-) Sorry it's Japanese page and hope it's ok to paste here.
As you can see flowers of Leopard plant (we eat its culm) blooming, it was autumn.
Thank you very much for stopping by; I always appreciate your sweet visits;
(About my header; sorry if unmatched, changed for the newer post.）