We were recommended this place by a friend who had been earlier in the year (also on the advice of a friend). It took a little bit of finding, but was well worth the effort we went to in locating it.
Situated in an alleyway behind the shop fronts, the first impression upon arrival is that you're dining in someone's private household. A long bar is set up with stools, and for 1000 yen you can sit at the bar while a Japanese lady who doesn't say much at all serves you a set menu of vegan treats.
Although the food was wonderful, the highlight of this experience for my partner and I was getting to sit down and eat and converse with locals at the same table. We had some excellent conversations and on top of that played some music with some other diners on the piano and guitar that were located just next to the bar.
Definitely a heart-warming and quirky experience.
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