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Review: Shoujin ryouri is a vegetarian cuisine originally derived from the dietary restrictions of Buddhist monks. This the cuisine served by Kamakura Fushikian. First, they have a simple version of the ordering process in English. If you don't speak Japanese it can be helpful. Note, the dishes are only labelled in Japanese! They have two main types of plates/servings available. I selected the cheaper one, and they asked me to select 3 items from the display. The other plate has more selections and a bit more expensive. They have other drinks and vegetarian sweets. Water is available, self service. The rice can be upgraded from white (standard) to brown rice at an extra cost. They have free refills of white rice and miso soup. The miso was a bit salty when I ate there. This will definitely be my go to restaurant in Akihabara. Simple but good food!