Serves meat, veg options available. A simple "mom & pop"-style family restaurant, providing traditional Japanese food. Has a separate vegetarian menu with vegan options. You can either sit on tatami mats at a low Japanese-style table, or at the counter where you can watch Hiroshi prepare your meal. English spoken. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Japanese, Non-veg
6-7-2 Tenman-chou (Kokubunji street)
Takayama, Japan
506-0025
  • Cash only
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First Review by Dean
weretoaster
weretoaster
4

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  • vegetarian

Extra good

4 Posted on 01 / 12 / 2014

Great food and generous portions. The owners are lovely and very friendly. The vegetarian dishes had egg but I think you could request vegan versions. Recommend!


gerryh
gerryh
1

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  • vegetarian

great place

4 Posted on 08 / 05 / 2013

I am vegetarian but rest of family are not
Good food made to order. Menu in english and seperate veggie menu owner really friendly and accomodating home made ginger ale great. Would highly recommend

Pros: great food, good atmosphere, good value
MtVic
MtVic
5

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  • vegetarian

Heianraku

4 Posted on 07 / 25 / 2012

A small family run restaurant that is open for lunch and dinner. While it is not a vegetarian restaurant, they are vege friendly and have a separate vegetarian menu. The food is simple, but fresh and tasty. The vegetarian menu has 5 choices. We had the stir fry veges, tofu 'steaks' and the stir fried noodles. The proprietor was very friendly,spoke good English and helped us with our somewhat poor Japanese. If we were staying longer, we'd go back.


Dean
Dean
1

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  • vegetarian

Heianraku

4 Posted on 11 / 12 / 2011

My wife and I stumbled on Heianraku while visiting Hida-Takayama recently. Heinraku is on the main street (Kokubunji dori), and is run by Hiroshi & Naoko Furuta. Naoko has excellent English, and we were made most welcome. Heianraku probably seats around 20 people max. It has menus in English (and German?), and a separate vegetarian menu. We chose two set meals from their menu for something aroun 1000 yen each, then settled at the counter to watch Hiroshi prepare our dinner. We were the only westerners there, but there were several Japanese people enjoying their food, including one of the local shopkeppers that was collecting takeout in clever wooden boxes to take home.

Pros: cheap, fresh simple Japanese food, very friendly hosts
Cons: it's not the Hilton

 

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Last updated: 2011/11/09

 

Added: 2011/11/09

 

Added by: Dean

 

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