We stopped by for lunch at this place. Some restaurant like this one expects you to order one main dish per pax. Food is good.
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A very good option for sushi in Nara!!! This restaurant has a great location and the place is neat and comfortable. It has a good view! The service is super kind and helpful. Menus in English and the waiters try to help you communicate The...More
We were toured for free by a friendly tour guide, Masaki, who showed us around and for lunch he recommended this place. We had to wait an hour to be seated as there was a line, regardless, I was amused at the presentation of the...More
This was honestly the first "real" sushi I've ever eaten (I was determined to try it in Japan), and it did not disappoint! I got the sushi and tempura lunch set and it was all delicious. The sushi wrapped in persimmon leaves had such a...More
Do write your name on the waiting list once you reached. You will be called accordingly to that list. The restaurant is right opposite Nara National Museum. Its first floor is selling sweets while the restaurant is at the second floor. We ordered a set...More
If you're looking for a light but good lunch inside Nara park then try Izasa. They specialise in Kakinohazushi (sushi wrapped in persimmon leaves) which is a specialty of Nara. The sushi is different from the nigiri or maki type sushi you typically get in...More
We were in Nara for only 2 days last April and luckily, we met a wonderful guide who did listen to our requests and interests and took us to try the local speciality sushi called 柿の葉ずし or Kakinoha sushi at Izasa. Since Izasa did not accept...More