Paradise Alley /Kamakura Bakery/

Everyday Mesubim experiences something new and we try to share it with our faithful readers. We try to travel and see and do interesting things.

Next week another trip, a small train ride to see visit some old grounds. Yesterday we went to the organic market in Kamakura, struggling with local traffic it took 1h45 from Tokyo, a longer trip than expected.

At the market we purchased a few items but arrived late due to traffic and the selection was scarce. After the market we discovered a small bakery baking charcoal Focaccia, and to our surprise its made with sumi, the charcoal used in traditional cooking.

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After some time talking with the owner (a charming baker) we managed to get a sample of his 7-year-old mother. Luckily and generously he shared a small quantity with us, and I carried it home and began to feed it. An interesting mother..

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