88 Trail food

Trail Food

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Lots of instant noodles along the trail

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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.

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Not a fork or knife in sight for 5 weeks.

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Most of our daily food came from mini super markets like Lawson.

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The famous Udon in the Kagawa prefecture from the most famous Udon cafe

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When resting at an Onsen hot spring we would sometimes treat ourselves to a real meal, for 16,- euro !!!

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What can I say!!! Japan kitchen at its best at Temple 37.

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Kampai. Cheers. Proost. Bottoms up.

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Quite some Pilgrims carried a small camp stove, rice and and veg with them.

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The best instant cappuchino you’ll ever taste.

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Miso soup.

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The Sushi train.

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Fresh fish for tonight.

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Beer at the top of the mountain at Temple 36.

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Ice cream

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Japanese love their ice coffee.

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In the Kochi bay you can find whale stake in most of the local supermarkets for under 10,- euro.

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Wow.

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