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Alishan Cafe (阿里山cafe)

Alishan Cafe is located along Prefectural Route 15 in Koma Hongo in the city of Hidaka. In addition to vegetarian cuisine made with seasonal, organic vegetables, it serves made with organic coffee or tea, cake, and vegan sweets. The onsite shop where customers can buy organic and vegetarian food and eco cleaning products is open only on weekends.


Saitama Pref. Hidakashi Komahongou 185-2 (Hidaka / HannoArea)

phone 0429824823

[Monday] 11:30-18:00 (L.O.15:30)
[Thursday/Friday/Sunday] 11:30-18:00 (L.O.17:30)
[Saturday] 11:30-19:00 (L.O.18:30) )

Review of Alishan Cafe

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/10/05 Disappointing Lunch but Still Like Their Shop
Disappointing lunch, one curry and 2 rice bowls. Nothing about these dishes would convince anyone switch to vegetarian eating! Last time they had a delicious veggie burger but it has been removed...
Reviewed:2017/09/25 Unorganized mess
If you are going to Kinchakuda park for the spider lilies festival, you will pass by this cafe on the way. I decided to stop by for lunch at around 11:50am & there was a short queue. They took me to...
Reviewed:2014/07/18 オーガニックでも美味しい!!
This cafe is located in a great scenic spot right next to the river with a view of the mountain. Its just a few minute walk from Koma Station that it was easy to get to.

The only negative I have...

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Saitama Pref. Hidakashi Komahongou 185-2 [map]
Hidaka / HannoArea
[Monday] 11:30-18:00 (L.O.15:30)
[Thursday/Friday/Sunday] 11:30-18:00 (L.O.17:30)
[Saturday] 11:30-19:00 (L.O.18:30) )
Tuesday, Wednesday

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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