It was the first morning in Japan and certainly we needed a sufficient breakfast at some local and small restaurant.
It was a holiday (Sports Festival, to commemorate the opening of the Tokyo Olympic Games on October 10, 1964). The alley “Muromachi-Ichome” near our hotel was very quiet. Fortunately, there was a shop called “Komoro Soba” opened.
Like many other common restaurants, food ticket should be purchased at the auto machine which accepted coins and banknotes. Giving the tickets to the chef, and waited for about 10 minutes, the sets were ready.
Although those were not among the top quality, considering the temperature of the noodles, the tidyness of the place, courteous service, and unlimited drink water, we felt so gratified.