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Restaurants et nourriture à Otsu

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Cafés

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“One of the Starbucks Coffee shop in Kyoto.Yamashina station is convenient to access everywhere in Kyoto.”
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“標高1.100mのびわ湖テラスで、自然に溶け込むような特別な冬体験をしてみませんか。 ふもとからロープウェイで約5分。山頂には清冽な白銀の世界が広がっています。 たっぷりと積もった無垢な雪、澄み切った空気、そして眼下には青く輝く琵琶湖。 見たこともないようなピュアな風景がここにあります。 暖かなカフェのソファでくつろぎながら、心行くまで冬景色をご堪能下さい。 屋外展望エリアは積雪、凍結のためご利用頂けません。”
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“This small hole-in-the-wall shop is open most on weekends in the high season whenever the sweet granny who runs it feels like coming in and opening up! With few places in town, regular travelers heading down the highway home find the simple, cheap quaintness hits the spot and its mainstay- cold beer and simple bowls of something hit the spot to help them get back on the road again. No frills, no fancy napkins but if you need a cold one and a friendly chatty visit with the owner, this place will do fine.”
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Boulangeries-pâtisseries

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“If you need to start your day with fresh bread. It's better to visit here in the middle of your morning walk. The small bakery beloved by locals. On go menu only. ”
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“A pleasant cafe with an artsy owner, this makes for an elegant stop on the short walk from Quixote House to Hira Topia Hot Springs. ”
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“You'll find European bread heaven in the middle of nowhere here- just be sure to get there early enough in the day. They stick around until the last loaf or danish sells! There are a couple of small tables, but it is just across from the station and the bus stop heading to Biwako Valley, so lots of folks just load up on their lovely breads before heading out or heading back to the hotel. ”
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