Lots of instant noodles along the trail
This is how we ate most nights. Food from the Lawson mini super market. A combined feast where everyone put in their share, and even a boiled egg.
Not a fork or knife in sight for 5 weeks.
Most of our daily food came from mini super markets like Lawson.
The famous Udon in the Kagawa prefecture from the most famous Udon cafe
When resting at an Onsen hot spring we would sometimes treat ourselves to a real meal, for 16,- euro !!!
What can I say!!! Japan kitchen at its best at Temple 37.
Kampai. Cheers. Proost. Bottoms up.
Quite some Pilgrims carried a small camp stove, rice and and veg with them.
The best instant cappuchino you’ll ever taste.
The Sushi train.
Fresh fish for tonight.
Beer at the top of the mountain at Temple 36.
Japanese love their ice coffee.
In the Kochi bay you can find whale stake in most of the local supermarkets for under 10,- euro.
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