Osaka’s time-honored soba buckwheat noodle shop offering delicious soba in Nara.
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Kurokawa Honke, founded in 1615, is the time-honored shop specializing in kudzu (plant producing starch) products in Yoshino mountain area in the southern part of Nara.
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Savor sophisticated Japanese cuisine using a full-range of seasonal ingredients in a comfortable Japanese atmosphere.
Specializing in hand-woven linen products, Ban-INOUE suggests a lifestyle cherishing “traditional culture and material from Nara.”
Homemade sweet caramel custard will remind you of nostalgic childhood. Try our caramel custard and feel warmth and gentleness.
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Seasonal and safe vegetables, Nara’s specialties and products are all here; fresh, delicious, and reasonably priced as they are brought directly from the farms.
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A relaxing and casual cafe produced by the owner of the exclusive Italian restaurant, Ristorante i-lunga.
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Nara’s souvenirs and tastes are all here for tourists and locals.A number of Nara’s original character goods(including Nara’s official mascot character, Sento-kun), snacks, accessories and specialties are all under one roof at Naraya.
A variety of sweets using Nara’s yam and Yoshino kudzu (starch) respecting Nara’s local climate and seasons.Names of sweets derive from ancient Man-yo-shu (anthology of poems from the 7th century).
Kakinoha sushi and Izasa sushi, a Nara specialty originating from the food tradition deep in the ancient Yoshino and Kumano mountains.
The chef, Junichiro Horie, worked in Italy for many years and achieved One-star in the famous restaurant guide in 2004 as the first Japanese chef.
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Yume Kaze Hall is a multipurpose used space available for everyone. For details, please contact the management center.
⇒more Yume Kaze Hall (2F) / Management Center (1F)