Dinner at 比良山荘

Dinner at 比良山荘

at Hirasansou (比良山荘) on 6 May 2019
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For the first time, we stayed overnight in Hirasansou in a cozy room upstairs and then tried their delicious Japanese breakfast the next morning. ?
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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Persimmon ice cream with mountain berries. ?
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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Mountain potato zosui. ?
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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Inoshishi. Sliced wild boar. ?
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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Kuma Nabe is a specialty of Hirasansou during the winter season. Here is the beautiful spread of sliced kuma.
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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The meal is composed of ingredients foraged and caught in the surrounding areas.
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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As we drove along the winding paths out of Kyoto, we passed through mountains, rivers, and forests. Our first stop is Hirasansou (比良山荘), a famous ryokan restaurant located in the Kuzukawa Valley countryside of Shiga. It's our 3rd time here as we absolutely loved our past couple experiences. The simple and rustic inn spans three generations; it is currently run by Ito Takeji (grandson of the original owner) and his wife Yukiko.
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Hirasansou (比良山荘), Shiga (Dec 2017)
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