After I photographed Nabekura-no-taki waterfall, I headed for Mano, a town located in the west coast of Sado Island.
I found a temple named Daiunji on the way. I got willing to drop by for some reason.
Main hall of Daiunji temple. Well, I found no one in this temple...
This blue color amazed me a lot. Why is Hydrangea available in September??? Indeed, I found some flowers of Hydrangea throughout the island. What a miracle...
After being amazed by the Hydrangea, I left the temple. The coast is nearby.
Now, I'm in the west coast of Sado Island, Mano!
I was really hungry. As soon as I found this cafe, I rushed to the inside.
Carbonara with fresh vegetables.
It is good to drink soy latte after exercise.
Lastly I ate crepe. So delicious.
While I was running on the street of Mano, I found a sake brewery. I thought that I must go.
The entrance of Obata Sake Brewery.
The inside was like this. This brewery offers sake brand named Manotsuru, which literally means crane in Mano district.
This sake appealed me a lot. Manotusu Maho achieved the gold medal in the National New Sake Awards in 2014. I decided to buy it, haha.
This brewery seems very popular in Sake industry.
Sake brewery looks open to everybody here in Obata Sake Brewery. It must be good to visit for sightseeing.
A statue of frog looks cute.
Obata Sake Brewery has its website in English, French, Spanish, Russian, Korean and Chinese. If you are interested, please visit and check this site.
After enjoying a short stay in Obata Sake Brewery, I was surprised to see the time. Oh my god, I have no time to spend sightseeing in Sado Island any more. So I rushed to the port to board on the jetfoil.
It was a great time to visit Sado Island. I will spare a few days for my next visit.