Breakfast buffet filled with local specialties
We woke up to a hearty buffet-style breakfast the following morning.
There were lots of local specialties, such as “akaten,” or a deep-fried fish paste seasoned with red pepper.
For those who like fish, there were many varieties to choose from, including dried fish.
A Japanese side dish, such as “Matsumae-ae,” or vegetables, kombu seaweed and other ingredients (such as shiitake mushrooms) marinated with vinegar, is best enjoyed with a bowl of white rice.
Here at Kasuien Minami, you can enjoy “Nita-mai,” a variety of rice harvested in the local Izumo area. Line up to get a bowl of rice cooked using “okama,” or a traditional Japanese cooking pot.
The restaurant also serves Western breakfast fare, such as cereals, yogurt, fruits and pastries.
Those with a sweet tooth, don’t forget to check out the cake section!
The breakfast item I liked the most was scrambled eggs prepared using milk and eggs from local farms. It was soupier than normal scrambled eggs and contained sausages — an arrangement I very much enjoyed.
Having a wholesome breakfast in a sun-filled restaurant was no doubt a great way to start out the day.
|Address||1218–8 Tamayucho Tamatsukuri, Matsue, Shimane Prefecture|