We had a barbecue lunch by Miyamatoge Art Park. We didn’t have time to go inside the museum but just went to the adjacent Yakiniku restaurant.
The view is beautiful, the photo can’t quite capture the natural beauty of this poetic landscape.
I liked the sausage for the yakiniku but the other meats were a little more challenging to chew.
If you can find a supplementary lunch before or after your visit to this place, your tummy might like that! There is ice cream available at the adjacent gift shop. Otherwise, there will be food vendors a drive away from here. If you can find the Hokkaido corn (during the summer), that would be really yummy!