Concealed away in Hita city in Oita Prefecture, a region to a great extent unfamiliar by sightseers there is a serene eatery called Ohara Chaya, where you can appreciate scrumptious conventional kaiseki dishes in the bamboo timberland. Kaiseki is a conventional multi-course Japanese-style dish made with chosen regular fixings uniquely arranged by the gourmet expert. As it were, every client’s nourishment inclination relies upon the gourmet specialist.
From the indoor lounge area we can appreciate the green view of the encompassing nature while trusting that the dish will be conveyed in a wooden bushel. Presenting with this bushel is one of the neighborhood enhances that we can discover in Ohara Chaya, which is found near Hita station and open for lunch.
As indicated by the staff at Ohara Chaya, they use crates since it is simpler to deliver back and, so the capacity is pretty much a custom in the café. The truck likewise used to assume a significant job in moving materials, for example, vegetables originating from the mountain to eateries.
Notwithstanding the changed fixings dependent on the season, in the bushel we will likewise locate some side dishes, for example, tempura, neighborhood vegetables, potatoes, meats, eggs, and others that are embellished with harvest time foliage (Japanese maple trees) The unpretentious ones. Likewise, there are additionally rice, miso soup, and chawanmushi (egg pudding), which will make us full.
What’s more, there is likewise a Shinto sanctum called Ohara Hachimangu, which is just a couple of moments leave, and Ohara Park can be visited previously or after a visit to this café. While not having English help, Ohara Chaya stays a great spot to visit.
Address: 2-656-6, Tashima, Hita, Oita
Opening times: 11.15 – 15.30 (opening occasions on weekdays are unsure, some of the time shutting when there are no guests, however constantly open on ends of the week and national occasions)