Kaiseki restaurants in North Of Tokyo
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Splurge here on deluxe spreads of shōjin ryōri, featuring local bean curd and vegetables served half a dozen delectable ways. The elegant tatami dining room overlooks a carefully tended garden. It's directly north of the Shin-kyō bridge (about 250m) and there's a three-peaked emblem on the door curtain.
This yuba speciality house serves it sashimi-style, with tofu and soy milk, and with the addition of a variety of seasonal side dishes. There's no English menu, but there are only two choices for sets: ¥2700 if you're hungry and ¥3200 if you're really hungry. Look for the two-storey tan building across from the first left turn after Shin-kyō.