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Izakaya Taverns in Yamagata

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  • Sho Ya Tsuruoka Ekimae
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    4.0
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    Shouya
    Yamagata Tsuruoka-shi Suehiromachi 1-1-144 JR Tsuruoka Sta. Konai

    If you are in stuck for options then this is a reasonable place with quite a standard range of foods. Nice and fresh and quite cheap.

  • Hirata bokujo tonnana Tsuruoka Kopia
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    17 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Yamagata Pref. Tsuruokashi Yokeimachi 1-6

    三元豚に加えて金華豚もあって迷いましたが、せっかくなので金華豚のロース厚切りトンカツをいただきました。 柔らかいお肉で甘くて美味しかったです。キャベツの千切りには寒天を混ぜていて、より食感が良かったです。東京でいただくよりもリーズナブルです。

  • Shuzo Sawa Masamune
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    4.0
    19 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Yamagata Yamagata-shi Kasumicho 1-1-1S- PAL Yamagata 1F

    Its located at the JR Yamagata station where is very convenient. The waitresses there can only speak Japanese and simple English like udo, fish, chicken. We ordered our lunch with our best guess...

  • Yamagatabanya
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    4.5
    22 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Yamagata station square second building 2F, 1-3-1, Kasumicho, Yamagata-shi, Yamagata, 990-0039

    We dont speak Japanese and the signs for this restaurant arent in English but it was still reasonably easy to find. Its on the second floor of a building just outside the train station off the...

  • Kumura bar
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    4.5
    13 Reviews
    Other Izakaya Pub
    Yamagata Sakata-shi Kotobukicho 1-41

    Kumura from the outside is almost unrecognisible as an izakaya, just the noren hanging over the door giving it away. But once inside its your classic old style izakaya, like something out of a time...

Yamagata Areas

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Although often overlooked, Yamagata prefecture by no means lacks appeal: the Yamadera temple trail through the mountains, deliciously tender Yonezawa wagyu, and over 100 steaming hot springs, most notably Zao Onsen, await visitors. When winter comes, the snowcapped peaks become dotted with skiers by day and onsen-goers by night, while summer brings the celebration of juicy Yamagata cherries.

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