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Gallery & Cafe Yamaneko-ken (ギャラリィ&カフェ 山猫軒)

A gallery and cafe located in Tatsugaya, Ogose Town, Iruma County. The establishment conducts exhibitions of paintings, ceramics, sculptures, and other art forms. In the cafe area, customers can enjoy pesticide-free teas and espresso made with spring water, alcoholic beverages, and cakes, as well as meals like vegetable curry with heirloom rice and natural yeast pizza. Live music performances are also held regularly here.

place

Saitama Pref. Irumagunogosemachi Tatsugaya 137-5 (Hidaka / HannoArea)

phone 0492923981
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11:00-19:00

Review of Gallery & Cafe Yamanekoken

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2021/05/26 何と金土日しか開いていないのだ。 残念!
道路標識。
龍隠寺と全洞院方向に行きます。
山猫軒が→で下に標識がありました。
後でチェックしたら休みは何と月曜-木曜(祝日営業)となっていた。
今日は木曜日です。
金土日しか開いていないのだ。
残念!
Reviewed:2017/04/26 山の中
山里から細い山道をぐんぐん登って行った先にあるカフェです。
森の木々の香り、鳥たちのさえずりの中でゆっくりと時間を過ごすことができます。
Reviewed:2016/09/14 雰囲気最高です。
日中のカフェでの利用も素敵ですが、夜にジャズなどのライヴにはぜひ訪れてほしいです。山道をグングン進んでいくと山猫軒の灯りが見えホッとします。
(夜道は心細いので・・・)
全国、海外からの名だたるミュージシャンの演奏が聴けます。

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Address
Saitama Pref. Irumagunogosemachi Tatsugaya 137-5 [map]
Area
Hidaka / HannoArea
Phone
0492923981
Hours
11:00-19:00
Closed
Monday-Friday (Weekday with whimsical open)
Parking Lot
Available(25spaces)
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, etc.)
Smoking
Others (No smoking in the room, Only terrace tables Available)
Wi-Fi
Available
Vegetarian Menu
Available
English Menu
Not available
Pet friendly
Yes (Pet is possible only for terrace seats)

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