Take a break at the oldest teahouse in the town.
When Imai-cho was designated as an important traditional buildings preservation district of the country in 1993, there were few restaurants in the town, but in 1998 as the number of tourists increased. To open a shop.
It is the oldest restaurant in the town.
The Kobayashi family, who runs the family, has a long history, and the current head is the 13th generation.
The menu includes meals such as a set of soba and persimmon leaf sushi, and sweetness such as zenzai and warabimochi, making it ideal for a break while walking around town.
Well water, which was once used as brewing water when brewing sake, still springs up and is also used for cooking.
Coffee and matcha brewed in well water have a refreshing taste.
I introduced it briefly, but when you actually come to the site, you can experience the history and tradition more concretely with the locals.
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