Licca: a Different Kind of Italian

Italian dining in the Nasu Highlands

By Louise Archer    - 1 min read

Licca is a different type of Italian restaurant in the Nasu Highlands. The food here is fabulous, beautifully cooked with a mix of local and imported ingredients. Most famous for its Risotto, which after cooking is mixed with Parmigiano cheese inside an actual wheel of cheese. It's set in an idyllic rural setting, with lovely relaxing views of the forest that surrounds it, about 40 minutes from Nasushiobara Station. There is lots to do around the area and its a perfect lunch spot in any season.

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Louise Archer

Louise Archer @louise.archer

I am an Aussie expat (ex Sydney, Perth, ex UK) living in rural Japan. Im very passionate about people seeing more of Japan than the big cities, which are wonderful places, but there are so many hidden treasures in the countryside and lesser known regions. For the three years I have been living here I've been keeping a blog called "Just life (in Japan)"  about my life in Japan, the places I visit and Tochigi Prefecture where I live.