At the foot of Bear Ben, there are free cars to and from Bear Ben. We went to Kumamoto and walked up and down by car. There are many souvenir shops and specialty stores here. Of course, we also ate the most famous horse meat of Kumamoto. We didn't think we had time to try it. We didn't expect it to be under Kumamoto. An unexpected joy. But there are tour groups here, and if they don't, there will be a lot of people.
This is a snack square, and it is a snack square from the tour group, full of Chinese places, where there are queues, bowls of noodles to eat for an hour, can only eat casually. The tour guide recommended cherry pellets, too many people, soymilk ice cream, the taste is so, there is really nothing to eat, can only buy a few bunches of beef kebabs, the taste is general.
It's interesting to really recreate the old prosperity of the streets outside the city.