Lucky that we were there early and it was on weekday so we didn't have to wait for our seats but after around 30 min, all the tables were fully fulled. The restaurant has a warm atmosphere and the view from its windows is very beautiful. There are also outdoor seats available which are so perfect for spring-summer here. We ordered Veggie curry, Beef Omurice and a couple pieces of bread and everything was delicious. The veggies are so fresh that you can feel it easily with your first bite. Veggie curry was a bit too sour for me as It's tomato based. (Still very yummy.) but the omurice is surprisingly great. It was a pleasant meal and we would love to revisit there again.
We were recommended this place by our local cycling tour guide. This is a small restaurant occupying a corner plot along the road leading to Shirogane. Opposite, rice fields stretch out as far as the eye can see. There are approximately 20 seats within, hence, we had to wait for about 20 minutes before getting our tables. The restaurant has full length windows facing the rice plantation (which had beautiful golden yellow hues when we were there), and decorated with pretty hand sewn quilts and wooden handicraft of butterflies, birds, animals etc, all made by locals. The vegetable curry was very popular, almost every patron had ordered this dish. I ordered the hash beef omu rice which was very good. The pumpkin stew which we attempted to order was sold out. All main dishes come with a side salad. We could tell that the menu was comprised of fresh local vegetables and popular with the locals.