A friend of mine living near the Shiraito falls recommended a yakisoba restaurant called `Mumesan’ to me. I visited there right away and found a large signboard portraying an old lady, Mumesan, the owner of the restaurant.
Inside the restaurant, some customers were already sitting around an iron plate. As it was a weekday, I could have a seat straightaway. There was another private Japanese room with tatami mats. A large group of customers arriving later was ushered to the Japanese room.
The menu included ramen, fried chicken and yaki-tori as well as yakisoba. I was tempted to order a bottle of beer but I opted for yakisoba and okonomi-yaki as I would have to drive.