Taste weight (Aji) Amagasaki Teramachi @ Hanshin Deyashiki Station There is also a creative cuisine in Hanshin Nun
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I’ve been wondering about it for a dozen years…
It’s late, but I’m not good at timing.
Rather than the timing deliberately shifted to visit ^ ^
It is a store and a house of the departure house from Amagasaki.
It is said that it is a shop that the shopkeeper says that one woman also visits.
The arowana is swimming gracefully in a huge tank.
A little confusing photo-sorry
A mountain of sticking out soy sauce pickled sweat
It fits well with sake.
I have a product.
We recommend a cold drink.
Echigo Sake Hinanoza Yukikura (Hina Yuki-kura) Junmai sake
It’s a good-looking, dry, and a manly feeling unlike me!
It’s like this master.
What you choose to leave your cooking
Famous Takikawa Tofu
It’s like handmade.
It is the first time to have tofu Takigawa.
I guess the agar is in, but it’s not tokoroten.
Feel and enjoy the fresh soybeans
The refreshing feeling is very good in summer.
And leave it to us
Japanese Omelet with soup stock
The taste is thick.
It is very taste.
It might be a little different to go with local sake, but beer and shochu
The top of the onion and grated radish
It’s pretty big, so you’ll be very busy if you don’t share it with three or four people.
Premise done so
I regret that I couldn’t eat too much.
Can you leave it alone 3000 yen? Let me ask you a few more.
Shop of the shopkeeper who likes Kara.
It is going to be a hidden place in the neighborhood though it ends early at night.
The shop information is at the time that went. Please check with the shop for details.
Shop name Creative food taste weight
Address 23 -11-ji-machi, Amagasaki, Hyogo
Phone number 06-6417-2133
Opening hours AM11:00 ~ 14:00 (lunch) PM17:00 ~ 21:30 (Last Order 21:00)
Eating logTaste weight(Other restaurants)/Deyashiki Station、Amagasaki Station (Hanshin)）
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