We visited this place close to our Onsen ... What a surprise ! Gentle waiters, lovely environment, and delicious kitchen ! I love Teriyaki Pork ... my simple advice, taste it !
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The place is very old and traditional Japanese style . The dinner was very good from start to finish and the young Japanese waitress spoke very good English . Had diner on January 18th . the waitress wear a traditional kimono and her service was...More
In 1895 the imperial family built a summer villa across the street from The Fujiya. It was relatively small by imperial standards. After WWII, The Fujiya Hotel bought the property to establish a beautiful Japanese Restaurant named Kikka-so after Kiku, the Japanese war for chrysanthemums,...More
We were searching for a place for lunch everywhere and it was close to 2pm so everywhere was about to close. We saw the menu outside, it wasn't the cheapest but not extremely expensive either so we went in. It was a set lunch menu...More
I had Saturday breakfast and dinner at the Kikka-so. It turns out the building was originally an imperial retreat and was sold to the Fujiya just after the war. It is quite a beautiful building with at least one delightful garden. For breakfast, there is...More
I was surprised to see only 3 review here, but this place is sooo beautifull. I didnt get the chance to stay at the hotel or walk around the hotel. but this restaurant is a gem. we walked in and we all stun, looking at...More