When walking along Futakotamagawa Rise SC in the evening, found a "Cinnabon" store after a long time. It was thought almost extinct in Japan, but still exists as a shared store with Seattle's Best Coffee.
Cinnabon withdrew from the very last store in Odaiba AquaCity in 2009, but with a franchisee of "Seattle's..." re-entered in 2012, and most of its stores seem operated by JR Kyushu. Futakotamagawa store is also operated by JR Kyushu.
Since knowing it's too sweet, bought a small package of two.
In the next morning, get coffee and a pecan roll. Ultra sweet, high-calorie old-American sweets made us feel even fresh. (Recent Americans are more health and environment conscious)
Visit to Hayama in the afternoon and head to the "Brasserie Harry's" on the 1st floor of La Mare restaurant. La Mare was founded in 1977 and has led Shonan restaurants as "French style seaside cuisine" in the 1900s. The homepage of the restaurant says it offers seasonal tastes, with a focus on freshly caught seafood, ingredients that incorporate plenty of seasonal Miura vegetables, without sticking to traditional French.
Sat at a terrace table by the sea. The ventilation and scenery are good, and it feels good.
Meat and fish course's Caesars salad of romaine lettuce.
Bouillabaisse course's Salad with Carpaccio of greenling fish.
Bouillabaisse uses different seafood depending on the season here. Today it uses scallop, shrimp, squid, whitefish like gurnard. Since it comes with thin sauce as bouillabaisse, wish to have Aomori grown garlic Aioli sauce.
Meat and vegetable course's grunt fish and Gunma pork dish. They are grilled just right.
A yacht moored in the sea off the restaurant. It is shaken by the waves.
After getting tired of staying at home by coronavirus, nice to sit at the seaside restaurant and look out at the ocean. Will enjoy French rosé after come home.
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