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The proprietress waits to welcome you with a warm smile at Ichiransou, traditional ryokan inn

The proprietress waits to welcome you with a warm smile at Ichiransou, traditional ryokan inn

At Ichiransou, a relaxing inn on the banks of the Ono river, guests are treated like family. ICHIRANSO Address […]

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Exclusive restaurant and hotel Auberge de Manoi Kittei allows only one reservation nightly

Exclusive restaurant and hotel Auberge de Manoi Kittei allows only one reservation nightly

With a spacious Japanese garden of 2,640 square meters, this hotel serves original French-inspired cuisine usi […]

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Delectable vegetables from Sawara

Delectable vegetables from Sawara

With safety as their motto, J-GAP inspects vegetable produce on everything from farms to equipment and informa […]

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TRANQUILLE YOSHIYA

TRANQUILLE YOSHIYA

French cuisine served by a hotel-trained chef and owner in a remodeled Japanese home, originally built in the […]

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MOUGINS

MOUGINS

Established in 2004 by a young chef, this restaurant features authentic French cuisine using local ingredients […]

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TAKARAZUSHI

TAKARAZUSHI

This sushi restaurant boasts high-quality fish and rice cooked on charcoal. The kohada young herring and anago […]

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CAFE SHIETO

CAFE SHIETO

With a counter made of Italian tile set in a remodeled Japanese home, this cafe offers seasonal sweets with cl […]

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Returned from Italy, a local chef operates Casa Alberata restaurant in his grandparents’ traditional home

Returned from Italy, a local chef operates Casa Alberata restaurant in his grandparents’ traditional home

In Italian, “casa” refers to home, while “albereta” is a literal translation of Chef Namiki’s name, meaning “t […]

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Savor modern Japanese cuisine in an Edo-era home at Sawara Chiyofuku

Savor modern Japanese cuisine in an Edo-era home at Sawara Chiyofuku

This restaurant is run by a local revitalization group of volunteers, “Burekimera.” The highly original cuisin […]

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A city-wide museum in Sawara, known as “better-than-Edo”

A city-wide museum in Sawara, known as “better-than-Edo”

Sawara developed historically as a commercial city due to water transportation routes. Rice, sake, and soy sau […]

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