After checking into our hotel, we headed straight for Center4Hamburgers, a charming eatery located in the back of an antique shop. Filled with random kitsch, the restaurant seats no more than 15 people. We both ordered Hida beef burgers and dry ginger ales. The burgers were really, really good. The beef was juicy, the bun was buttery and slightly chewy, and the mayo and tomato salsa were a perfect complement. Well worth the $25 a piece, and proof that the Japanese can cook up a solid burger.