"This restaurant is located on the first floor of the Obama Bus Terminal across from the Obama Hot Spring Tourism Association. Identifiable by its retro cafe exterior reminiscent of Japan's Showa period, the restaurant's karaage chanpon, Turkish rice, and other well-known Nagasaki dishes are particularly popular. The restaurant also offers a various teishoku set meals, sandwiches, and an abundance of ""yoshoku"" Japanese-style Western food such as omelet rice. Customers can savor Obama chanpon, a variety of chanpon which has evolved into a dish quite different from the standard variety of chanpon born in Nagasaki. The restaurant's azuki shakes, a variation on a regular milk shake, are something you'll find no place else. Another nice thing about the establishment is that many of its dishes come in big portions."
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Nearby Tourist Attractions
This hidden corner of the country is rural Japan at its best, where underground activity is to thank for active volcanoes and bubbling natural hot springs along the Shimabara Peninsula as well as the crystal clear waters of the Goto Islands off the west coast. Less well known than Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park, Nagasaki commemorates its own past at the Nagasaki Peace Park, which sits alongside the charming Meganebashi stone bridge and a mix of religious buildings with beautiful architecture, such as the Zen Buddhist Sofukuji Temple, the Confucian Shrine, and the Oura Christian Church.