Last weekend, my friend invited me to a short trip to Hayama, so I would like to inform you about it.
This time on March 27th and 28th, I visited a villa with three female friends and one of them. I was still job hunting, and one of my friends finished her son's college entrance exam, and the state of emergency also ended, so we had a good change.
We went by car from Tokyo and Musashi Kosugi. Today, I would like to introduce the lunch restaurant "DON" and the scenic "Akiya Tateishi" on the first day.
It is Hayama Town, Miura District, Kanagawa Prefecture, which is famous for having an imperial villa. Located on the Miura Peninsula, there are many coasts and hills, and there are many villas. The scenery is beautiful because the mountains and the sea are nearby and you can see Mt. Fuji.
Sagami Nada spreads out in front of you, the first floor is a cafe, and the second floor is an Italian restaurant that is the main dining area. There are balcony seats on the 1st floor where you can eat and drink while being blown by the sea breeze.
It seems to be a very popular place because it is delicious using local ingredients, the price is reasonable, and the view is very good. There is a large free parking lot right next to it, which is a popular spot for people playing in the sea.
We ordered crispy bacon and garlic chip salad, Bagna cauda, bruschetta, cabbage soup, spring rolls of shrimp and kamanber cheese, pirate pilaf, tomato cream spaghetti with migratory crabs, desserts and drinks.
We ate too much for the three women, but they used local vegetables and seafood, and they were all very delicious. Especially the spaghetti of migratory crab felt a little shell, but it was excellent! One of my friends had a birthday in March, so we celebrated it. The shop staff brought dessert while singing Happy Birthday and took pictures. I think it was a very memorable birthday.
Address: 3-4-1 Akiya, Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture
It is located away from the restaurant DON in the parking lot.
It is one of the 50 scenic spots in Kanagawa, with a strange rock with a height of about 12m and a circumference of about 30m, a rocky area called "Bonten", pine trees that grow naturally there, and the mountains of Tanzawa, Hakone, and Izu across the sea. It will be a pictorial composition with the borrowed scenery of Mt. Fuji. I think it's really a magnificent view if the setting sun overlaps on top of this.
The weather was fine on that day, but there were so many clouds that I couldn't see Mt. Fuji and the setting sun. However, there was a feeling of style. There were some people fishing at the end of the bonten, and it was fun to walk to that area. This place also appears in Hiroshige Ando's ukiyo-e "Saishu Miura Akiya no Sato".
On March 27th and 28th, we went on a Hayama excursion for three women.
On the first day, we enjoyed Italian cuisine using local ingredients at restaurant DON and took a walk in the spectacular "Tateishi of Akiya".
After this, we went to the villa and enjoyed a constant chat while eating the food we bought. The drama "Rika-Reverse" that we saw on the way was old-fashioned and a mire of mutual entanglement, and it was interesting to be addicted to our age.
I will write about the second day in the next blog.