• KIX - Hanazato - T1

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Restaurant located before security. Uses ingredients primarily from the Kinki region. Offers a vegetarian/vegan set meal featuring vegetables, grains, tofu and preserved foods. Non-smoking. NOTE: May 2019 reported limited vegan options and use of fish stock - please confirm. Open Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, Mon-Sun 5:30pm-9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am-3:00pm.


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1 Review

First Review by ReiAmber

ReiAmber

Points +3086

Vegan
19 Jul 2018

they offer a vegetarian set meal

Their website says:

"Don't miss this chance to try our traditional Japanese vegetarian cuisine made by our head chef, who traveled to Muryoko-in Temple, a former associate head temple of Koyasan, just to learn this technique. A well-balanced meal with just-right portions of seasonal vegetables, grains, tofu and preserved foods, to create the hotel's own traditional Japanese vegetarian set tray meal, a particularly pleasing item for vegetarians."

I think you can ask them to make it vegan too. I've also been told that the restaurant should have an ingredient list you can ask to see if you are vegan or vegetarian.

The food came in courses- I think three of them?

If you want to get anything that isn't the vegetarian course menu, definitely ask to see the ingredient list. My mom ordered vegetable tempura (she's not vegetarian) and it had shrimp bits in it.

It was on the pricier side, but the restaurant was very Japanese, so it might appeal to tourists who don't want to come to Japan to eat the same things they can get in their home country.

There are lots of seats.

https://www.kansai-airport.or.jp/en/shop-and-dine/dine/d063



Updated from previous review on 2018-07-19

Pros: nice Japanese food, lots of seats

Cons: not cheap




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