Depopulation has progressed in Mitsumata as people have moved to urban areas.
The landscape surrounded by Mt. Nipesotsu, Mt. Ishikari-dake and other mountains still remains. I believe that this kind of place is best suited for staring off into space, thinking about the future or looking back on the past from time to time.
We want to cherish times like these. In a corner of this restaurant are wildlife pictures with Mitsumata and its environs as the background, drawn by Toyomi Tanaka, a wildlife painter. In another corner are photographs and paintings of Mitsumata and the diorama that reproduced Tokachi Mitsumata Station around 1975, together with railway trains in service in those days (model railway train N gauge).
Although we have seating for approximately 30, we cannot accept groups with more than 10 people since only my wife and I work here.
Opening hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and we are closed on Mondays. If Monday falls on a national holiday, the restaurant is closed on the following day.