Dina and I went to Kamakura to do a little shopping. After walking down Komachi Dori for a little bit, we were ready for lunch and decided to enjoy a bowl of ramen. The first place we found was closed. I did a quick “ramen near me” search on Google Maps.
Google Maps led us to Hirano.
Turns out, Hirano is the Japan’s smallest ramen joint. The sign out front was hysterical.
As we were reading the sign, we thought we should first check to see if there was room for us before determining our order. As luck would have it, when we opened the door, three people came out. Therefore, plenty of room!
Our chef in the kitchen.
Kamakura is full of so many bizarre and unique experiences. I truly can’t wait to take you there when you visit!
Here are my finds from our shopping. Can you tell it is Sakura Season? A couple bowls, plates, chopstick rests and adorable cats. Kawaii!!