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Bononsha International Cafe
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"Pure water and the pure heart of the cheese maker: without this, the tofu won't be good" dixit the IMAI family in Japanese Seasons, Nicole-Lise Bernheim (1999)
The spiritual food of Koyasan is not necessarily enough to sustain everyone. For the more down to earth, there is Miyasan.
If hunger gets you during your visit of Koyasan, don't worry. Many local restaurants will welcome you with pleasure. Especially Maruman. Recognizable by its well-stocked window.
Bon On Shya
Vegetarian food, tea and coffee, ceramics exhibitions ... plus they speak four languages!
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