Great and friendly staff. You cook the food for yourself and the staff explains how do it. Very tasty as well.
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This place is close to the temple and Buddha , has your own grill to do your okonomiyaki you can choose on various seafood meat or vegetarian ingredients , the waiters help you significantly step by step
We had a bit of hard time finding a japanese open restaurant in Kamakura off season. We ended up trying this small place and were enchanted. Go up the stairs and you arrive in a room with either japanese or european seating. You choose a...More
This jem is close to the temple in Kamakura. Yakisoba and Okonomiaki are the specialities here and you make it yourself. The waitress gave a quick demonstration on how to make the food and the you get to do it yourself on the hot plate....More
Wooden made restaurant with a nice raised view of Hase street, heading to Hasedera Temple. In this place you can choose either to sit at a normal table or to lay down on pillows in front of a Teppan, the typical Japanese grill. I have...More
As an absolute novice at the Japanese 'cook-it-yourself' concept, the staff make you feel incredibly welcome - the owner even gave me a nod when to flip my dish! Amazing local atmosphere, and great food to boot. Would highly recommend.
You cook your own choice from the menu on the grill built into your table. A few different styles, but mainly two categories from my understanding of the menu: a mix of meat or seafood and vegetables, and the same with a pancake-style batter. Had...More
This was an interesting dining experience as I had never cooked my own Okonomiyaki. It’s ideally located just outside of the Hase-dera and although not all the staff could speak English I managed to cook mine without too much problem thanks to the female waitress...More