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Vegetarian Japan - A short history of food and vegetarianism in Japan
Giraffe Crepe has a good menu selection. There are two kinds of crepe, sweet and savory. The price is quite customer friendly, starting from ¥390. They stick their menus on their truck as well as the pillar near where they park. Even though the menu is only written in Japanese, they also tempt you with their picture menu. Just point to the number shown next to the crepes you want to buy.
The menu at Kame is a tour of all the best produce in the region and is as varied as the seasons; with locally sourced fish particularly prominent.
The full name of this restaurant is Terrace Restaurant Umi no hoshi Etolie de Mer, but you can call it Terrace, a moniker that is well suited to its position, with the view from the table distilling the best of its vantage point in the middle of the bay. To prepare you for a journey of calmness and anticipation, diners are requested to confirm the selection of one of the degustation menus on reservation, freeing your mind to dwell on the view. There are a la carte selections available, but the degustation is better value.
Mellow and lovely restaurant with fantastic food and service.
Born in Paris, the hip backstreet sandwich shop Mmmozza has now arrived in Tokyo at 2 new locations.
Terzo Tempo is a small cafe in Kochi City, but is one of those places doing everything right. While keeping a focus on great food, they also make a delightful atmosphere.
Hakushima's "Mille" tops French cuisine rankings in Hiroshima city with a well-deserved Michelin star.