The food is great, the menu is the best selection I've ever come across at any vegetarian restaurant - not only vegan but you can also order most things without garlic (which I hate because it makes you stink no matter what garlic munchers would have you believe are the magic qualities of garlic), and without onions, leeks, chives, green onions, etc. - so the food it super clean!!!
Mr. Ito - the owner / waiter - is refreshingly friendly and speaks very good English! Mrs. Ito and her staff are excellent cooks who make home-cooked vegan food the way it should be!
The whole experience is very down-to-earth -- from the very reasonable prices to the clean, simple quality of food and selection, to the easy-going atmosphere of the place. -- This is one of my favorite vegetarian restaurants in the world! I wish it were in New York! My only complaint is that they were out of matcha soy pudding which I really wanted to try - oh, well, next time.
HIGHLY Recommended. Easy to find just walk out of exit 15 at Hommachi station and make the first left and walk a little more than one block down a quiet street. You will pass a Shinto shrine complex on your right, then a corner interior gas station on your right, then look on your left across from the gas station and you'll see a little woody-looking place with a sign "Green Earth". Call ahead to see if they're open if you can because sometimes they're not as the owners appear to run the whole operation by themselves with minimal staff.Pros: WONDERFUL food, Down-to-earth, Affordable