When I went to the storefront, the sweetfish was baked in the shape I had imagined and wanted.
However, since it was important, none of the Mawashi was burned.
According to the proprietress, "If you go home, don't burn it." I couldn't help it, so I decided to buy a sweetfish and eat it while waiting for the completion of the decoy.
When I received the sweetfish, the proprietress said, "You should eat while watching the waterfall. It's beautiful."
While thinking (by the way, I should have seen the waterfall last year), I thanked him and walked to the waterfall near by with the sweetfish in my hand.
Probably because it has rained moderately for the past few days, the waterfall was powerful with plenty of water.
I don't remember, but it seemed better than when I saw it last year. There are no chairs or benches, so I stood up and grabbed ayu while gazing at the waterfall.
Originally I liked sweetfish quite a bit, but this was pretty good.
The amount of salt is also exquisite, and the body is firm and fluffy, probably because it is baked so that it is slowly roasted. The bitterness of cotton is also addictive with plenty of umami. This is good. It would have been irresistible if it was sake that I could drink again recently.