Notice: "Kamakura Mimi Lotus" will be closed until the end of the consecutive holidays!
We will let you know before the tour report!
"Kamakura Mimi Lotus" Hiromi Yoshiike had a traffic accident on her way home on her motorcycle the day before yesterday. Luckily, I survived without any broken bones and only bruises.
However, we are no longer able to operate during this consecutive holiday, so we apologize and inform you on behalf of us.
It is expected to open for business after the holidays. . . . . . .
Well, in Glasgow, I went to eat "Fish & Chips", which is said to be extremely delicious.
Hot, crunchy, and vinegared and hugged.
This is absolutely not good unless it is hot! It's daytime, but honestly, I want to drink beer instead of tea. .
I didn't hold back! The full-bodied Guinness is perfect!
"It was delicious" Of course, at the end, I drink tea with milk to wash away my oily mouth.
British people ate while drinking wine and this milk tea.
If I had a little more time in Glasgow, I wanted to check out James Watt.
The successful improvement of the steam engine, as you know it, led to the rapid development of the industrial revolution.
Watt famously discovered the power of steam when he was having afternoon tea as a child and heard the crackling of the lid as the kettle boiled. . .
I was intrigued as to where this afternoon tea scene might be.
And before leaving Glasgow, I saw from afar the church where the funeral of Thomas Lipton, who died in 1931, was held. . .
The parents who loved Glasgow and raised him, especially Thomas, who loved his mother, may still see the city of Glasgow somewhere.
Goodbye Thomas... I'll be back, see you soon!