I bought a muffin with deer shape from this little shop called “Archaique” which selling a lot of cute food made with deer shape. Girls will love this place, interior design was lovely and cute .. with many interesting souvenirs with deer shape. I asked the lady inside the shop if I can take some photos but she just smiled and shake her head. I have to respect her and we only took the photos outside the shop. Always remember to ask before take any photos ~
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After leaving the shop Archaique, we continued to cycle to this shop called Harushika Sake Brewery 春鹿.
Nara was told to be the birthplace of Japanese sake. The brewery was established in 1884. The name Harushika comes from one of the Chinese characters in the shrine’s name, Kasuga, and the word for deer, which were considered gods. Just need to pay a few bucks and you will have few different sakes that can be tried …
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After leaving the Nara Harushika Sake Brewery, the rain still big and we decided to find a cafe to rest before going back to Yuzan guesthouse. We went back to the cafe called “Bolik Coffee” where Kenji borrowed its washroom … The cafe shop looked interesting.
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We ordered the carrot cake, cheese cake and coffee and enjoyed reading the magazines and books provided by the cafe.
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