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They are known for savory hamburg steaks. You can choose from Shoyu-based Japanese or white sauce, I think. You get to choose your portion as well. The interior reminds me of the good old Showa era in "western" style. Just try to find the signature chimney ("entotsu").
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It may have been because it was a Sunday, but we really struggled to find a restaurant for lunch. There was a restaurant at Aniai Station but they didnât serve local food which we wanted. We had to travel further north out of the mountain area to finally find this restaurant serving local food. The restaurant is in a tourist service facility with tourist information, gift shop and other facilities. The restaurant is quite spacious. We took a seat by the window. I had a pork ginger with pork from nearby Hachimantai, and my wife chicken and egg rice bowl (oyakodon) with Akita Prefecture's popular Hinai chicken. Both were highly recommendable.
This is a museum called Odaiko no Yakata (Big Drum House Museum), but in any case it was a surprise to find it when we stopped for a rest stop at Takanosu. It has the largest drum made. It is 3.8 meters across and weighs 3 tons. Since the drumâs lining is made of cow hide, I am thinking the cow that was used for the drum most have been the largest in the world too! At the Odaiko Hall there is more than just the worldâs largest drum. There are drums from over 40 countries on display, most of which you are allowed to play. It is fun to hear the sounds and see the different designs of all the instruments. Well worth a stop-off if passing through to Towada.
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