How about a full Japanese breakfast in the morning once in a while?
#Breakfast Kishin is a Japanese restaurant that serves delicious rice cooked in earthenware pots, Obanzai and fish dishes.
You can choose between a bowl of cold soup with mackerel and eggplant or a bowl of warm dashi soup with scallion, tofu and octopus in tomato flavor.
The shop was originally an eel restaurant, and the counter area with few nails has a certain charm. The tableware seems to be made by a nearby potter in Kamakura, and I was intrigued.
The brunch course with fewer items starts at 1,900 yen. Reservations are recommended as the restaurant is often fully booked without them. It’s about a 10-minute walk from the west exit of Kamakura Station. (#UraKamakura )
Breakfast 24 minutes walk from Villa Kamakura to Kishin.