26.10.14

buoy cafe

while wandering on hase-kamakura streets; i saw this cafe. i was hungry, so just went in to check it out. one obāsan was running this tiny cafe. it was filled with lovely old things. and i had the best spaghetti and omurice ever...







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    1. thank you Charlotte, it was yummy! <3

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  2. This is such a lovely place! I love the chandelier/ship rudder thing

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    1. it was a lovely place indeed; thank you! <3

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  3. i still can't believe omurice exists

    the cafe looks so warm and welcoming!

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    1. oh yes! we get omurice in singapore as well. But that cafe one was so delicious!
      Thank you for stopping by grace! <3

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  4. The place looks so cool, a great random mix between an antiques shop and a cafe :)

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    1. i agree Inês! i wish they were selling those antique things; i would have definitely bought it. :)
      <3

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    1. thank you dear Awono! how are you? good to have you back.

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  6. This cafe looks like a great place to soend time in! Did you eat both dishes? What a good appetite you have! ♥

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    1. Thank you Katie! it was lovely cafe!
      I only ate omurice <3

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  7. the colors are amazing and i love your food pictures :)

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    1. thank you dear Sara! hope you are feeling well. <3

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  8. Is this in Singapore as well, Praktisha? Would love to check this place out on our visit. Gosh.. I'm really falling in love with your blog. You've been posting quiant places I would love to visit and bring the boyfriend with. Hahaha.

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    1. Thank you dear Aia! I am glad you like my blog. this cafe is in Japan Kamakura. Do go there if you are visiting tokyo. <3

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