‘Haru’ Cafe

Haru Cafe

 

‘Haru’ cafe in Namioka town is a wonderland, isn’t it just perfectly beautiful?

Haru Cafe

 

Haru Cafe

 

Haru Cafe

 

Haru Cafe

 

Haru Cafe

It’s a sweet little spot where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake, or simply pay 300yen (3euro) to walk around and enjoy the atmosphere. Though the cake option  is a far better choice than no cake option, obviously.

Haru Cafe

 

Coffee and Cake at Haru

 

Haru Cafe

Upstairs is a small museum of old school home appliances. A load of what (at first glance) looks like old boxes and chunk of plastic but on closer inspection are in fact ancient tellies, radios, irons, clothes washers, sewing machines, ovens ect. It was like being stuck in my gannies world, amazing little collection of trinkets.

Washing Machines

 

Haru Cafe

 

In Japan you will usually enter a cafe through a curtain like this

 

...and be welcomed into a place like this

 

by a warm hearted chatty owner like this

 

Haru Cafe

 

Haru Cafe

 

Haru Cafe

 

Thanks again to Chika in Namioka station who gave us a map and bikes so we could get to this beauty of a spot!

Mark, Sonomi, myself and Chika

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