Serves meat, veg options available. Japanese restaurant specializing in tofu and yamaimo dishes. The vegan set is okabe-zen. Please note that the so-un tofu dish contains egg, but it can be made vegan upon request. Staff speaks only Japanese. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Japanese, Non-veg
640 Yumoto, Hakone-machi, Kanagawa-ken
Hakone, Japan 250-0311
81-0460-85-5751
Closed Time

Mon-Wed 11:00am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-7:00pm, Fri-Sun 11:00am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-7:00pm

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First Review by VickyMan
VickyMan
VickyMan
  • vegetarian
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Hate this place

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Posted on 10 / 14 / 2014

Whilst I'm trying to be as objective as possible, I really cant find anything good to say about this restaurant. I went there due to lack of veg options (in Hakone) and they were the only Vegan/Veg friendly restaurant in Hakone (that i could find from the net).

You will like this place ONLY if you like the following two things:
1) Yam (cooked into a gooey/sticky texture)
2) raw (uncooked) and cold tofu

The flavours were NOT strong enough for me, found it too bland, asked for more wasabi paste but didn't get it. the manager or owner- speaks good English but she was too busy. rest of staff couldn't understand any English. All staff were very polite and courteous though. (nothing new in Japan though)

Pros: Nothing
Cons: Bland food, Not cheap

 

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Last updated: 2013/11/26

 

Added: 2013/11/26

 

Added by: Ricardo

 

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