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[Awa City]A story about a bus-type ramen shop, Chukasoba Asahiken, stopping by Taikoo No. 6.

The ramen shop has an outstanding presence that I am curious about. I know of no other ramen shop like it. This ramen shop is a Chuka-Soba Asahiken Taikoo 6 What a surprise, they converted a real bus and are using it as a store! At any rate, I entered the restaurant and ordered an orthodox-looking "Chuka Soba" (Chinese noodles). The restaurant was run by a calm and kind lady alone. (Huh? According to my acquaintance, my father was supposed to be the one doing it.) How I enjoyed looking around the restaurant, or rather the car. My seat number. ...

I went to Naruto, a favorite of Tokushima residents, to eat seafood and see the whirlpools.

I like Naruto, and I will probably go there often from now on. Even if I don't introduce it in my blog, I will go there. As for why I like Naruto, I'll skip that part because it has nothing to do with tourism! Anyway, the reason I went to Naruto today was to fulfill two major purposes: to eat Naruto seafood and to see the Naruto whirlpools. Surprisingly goofy, right? But as I approach 30 years of age, I've come to realize how important it is to have a goofy sense of humor. So, here we go again with ...

I bought breakfast from the only Bon Curry vending machine in operation in the country, Coin Snack Gosho 24 [Shocking Truth].

2018/06/23   -awa, gourmet, TOKUSHIMA sightseeing

I sighed loudly when I saw today's weather forecast. Yesterday the weather was getting so nice that I forgot it was the rainy season, but as soon as Saturday came around, the rainy season really came into its own… No choice. Spend a lazy day reading a book or cleaning up at …… like an adult. I was thinking, "How could I have missed this?" But then I was watching "Taimu Tonneru by Takaaki Ishibashi," which I had recorded, and they were showing a special feature on vending machines that I had missed. Then I remembered. I said, "Oh yeah, ...

I, who was born and raised in Tokushima, enjoyed sightseeing in Tokushima alone.

This week we toured the western part of Tokushima Prefecture. First of all, I drove from 6:00 a.m. to cross the Kazura Bridge. From where I live, it takes about two hours. So we left early in the morning when it would be relatively empty. Now it's time to go to Kazura Bridge! We encounter a rat catcher rather quickly and are greatly freaked out, but since we are driving safely to begin with, we pass through without any problems. But the policemen are hard to deal with at 6:30 in the morning. I was unfamiliar with the area around ...

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