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Shoman-BoshuAo-Tsuyu ~Rain drops from the tree~

Under the bright and strong sunlight, the color of green leaves on the trees is getting thicker.
In Japan, on June 10, we have “the National Time Day” which is derived from the first water clock in Japan.
The water clock was built by Emperor Tenji for the first time in Japan
and started to chime the hour with bell and drum on the day, June 10.
By the way, there is Akashi Municipal Planetarium in Akashi, Hyogo, which is next to Osaka.
The establishment has a clock tower,
which stands directly on the 135°east longitude as a maker of the Japan Standard Time Meridian.
Furthermore, the establishment has the oldest planetarium in Japan; in other words,
it is the fifth oldest planetarium in the world.
It was built on June 10, 1960, and its precious projector was made by Carl Zeiss Jena (a German company).

Besides the planetarium, Akashi, which is small port city, is famous for delicious sea bream and octopus.
The visitor can enjoy Akashi-yaki which is small, round and fluffy baked egg with octopus.
By the way, around this time, it is the beginning of the rainy season which is called “Tsuyu
and makes unable to see stars in the cloudy sky.
It is because of such the rainy day that it will be good option to visit the small port city, Akashi,
to enjoy the precious planetarium and Akashi-yaki.

*The below is the menu for the “Ran” course (¥30,000). Some menu items may change in accordance with availability of ingredients.

Depending on arrival of ingredients, we may change the menu without advance notice.