Family-owned business serving Japanese set meals with koji rice fermented for three days, along with a variety of drinks such as tea, coffee and amazake. Open for breakfast and lunch, dinner only on a reservation basis. No parking lot but there is a paid parking lot next door. No English on menu. Last order 4:30. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-5:00pm. Open also 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month.

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2 Reviews

First Review by TakakoSato


Points +73

29 Oct 2019

vegan restaurant with owner chef who tells customer to eat meat?

We were surprised that owner chef stated 'it is a good idea to eat a little bit of meet'. She said she eats meat to gain some muscle. I didn't enjoy eating there from someone who tell customer to eat meat. I don't think they get the sprit of being vegan.

Updated from previous review on 2019-10-29


10 Mar 2020

Yes, Yukie san eats meat. She made the business for vegans because there are not many options out here for us. I am sure she was not meaning to recommend to you to eat meat. I think it is nice she is honest about her personal food preferences actually. She is not faking it.
But personally, I don't think that is a good reason to give a bad review. The review should be about the food taste/quality/service...but that's just me. Sorry to hear that you didn't enjoy your visit.



Points +138

Mostly Veg
06 Jul 2019

Always fresh, always friendly

I love the atmosphere of the wood interior, food is always fresh and delish. Owner Yukie is friendly & funny once you get to know her. She is willing to substitute ingredients when she can, esp if given advanced notice. On-the-spot requests are more challenging bc she manages the cooked orders alone. My local go-to when I need a pick-me-up & a belly full of laughter.

Pros: Beautiful presentation of healthy vegan food , Veggies supplied locally & organic when possible, Mom & Daughter so welcoming but shy to speak engl

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