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YOKARO (翼果楼)

Local Cuisine

This is a restaurant in Nagahama City where you can taste the home-cooked specialty of “Yakisaba Somen” (fine white noodles with grilled mackerel) which is characteristic of Kohoku. This specialty of boiled fine white noodles and meaty grilled mackerel arouses an appetite for a somewhat strong seasoning. The set menu is also substantial; there are also “O-zen” (a four-legged tray for festive food) which can be enjoyed together with grilled mackerel sushi and “Toban-yaki” (a roast on a ceramic plate) of Omi beef. The store now makes use of a merchant’s house constructed approximately 200 years ago, having in some respects an aura which feels nostalgic. It is also known as a famous shop where queues can be seen.

place

Shiga Pref. Nagahamashi Motohamachou 7-8 (Hikone / NagahamaArea)

phone 0749633663
place

10:30-17:00 (until sold out)

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Details

Address
Shiga Pref. Nagahamashi Motohamachou 7-8 [map]
Area
Hikone / NagahamaArea
Phone
0749633663
Hours
10:30-17:00 (until sold out)
Closed
Monday (The next day for Public holidays)
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available
Average budget
[Lunch] 1,001-3,000yen
Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes
Infant friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Visitors to Shiga prefecture are almost always hopping east across the prefectural border from Kyoto, and they are almost certainly Lake Biwa-bound. Covering an area of 670 square kilometers, Lake Biwa makes up the bulk of Shiga prefecture, with beautiful lakeside paths that offer myriad walking and cycling opportunities, connecting a string of museums, shrines, and picturesque views that finally lead you to Hikone Castle on the eastern side of the lake.