By 18th February 2011 August 27th, 2013 Uncategorized

THERE is small shack hidden in plain sight a few hundred metres uphill from the Hirafu gondola station, and if it weren’t for the flags flying outside, you’d be forgiven for not giving it a second glance.

Inside is a restaurant, which feels more like a dining room centred around a giant fireplace than a cafeteria. Boyo-so serves up a variety of Japanese style foods, from soba and udon to pork cutlet curry. It’s not the easiest restaurant to get to on the mountain, but as the old adage goes, with effort comes reward, and the reward is a great meal in nice ambience.

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