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You can enjoy delicious crab dishes at koyori all year round. All seats are semi-private with solid partitions, providing a comfortable and relaxed space without feeling crowded. It's a great venue for families, friends, ladies' gatherings, and corporate events. Takeout is also available. Preparing crab can take some time, so prior reservation is advised. We are happy to make inquiries on your behalf, so feel free to get in touch.
koyori has an extensive menu from single menu items like "crab sashimi" and "crab croquettes" full course set menus. of crab meat, regardless of age. We also offer popular course meals.
A 5 minute walk from JR Kyobate Station or 20 minutes from JR Nara Station.
Address: 1 Chome-183-3 Minamikyobate-cho, Nara, 630-8141
Lunch: Wed-Sat 12 PM - 2:30 PM
Dinner: Wed-Sat 5 PM - 10 PM
April-Oct Mon: Reservation only
UP-MARKET HIGH-CLASS EXCLUSIVE CHIC
AZEKURA, JW MARRIOTT
Azekura is the hotel's flagship restaurant and serves Teppanyaki, Kaiseki, and Sushi in chic surroundings inspired by the architectural style of ancient treasure houses. Their skilled chefs source the finest seasonal ingredients from all over Japan, and carefully craft each dish to showcase their natural flavors and textures, offering a culinary experience steeped in tradition and elegance. celebrates the beauty and diversity of Japanese cuisine.
Head chef Yoshida Nobukazu has extensive experience in Japanese cuisine, having deepened his skills at several prestigious restaurants including Toda-ke Bettei Inn in Toba and The Ritz-Carlton in Osaka. Mr. Yoshida values expressing the beauty of Japan through his cuisine and is known for his traditional cooking style, using only high-quality seasonal ingredients that he personally procures.
A 10-minute walk from Shinomiya Station, located in front of Nara Prefecture Convention Center
Chic Japanese restaurant in the 5 star JR Marriott Hotel
Kaiseki Kagurabue Lunch
Lunch: 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Dinner: 5:30 - 8:30 PM
(Open for National Holidays)
"Shorai ~Matsu-no-oto~" is a restaurant and a bar renovated from an 80-year-old traditional Japanese house. There are several private rooms in addition to the tatami room, and there is also a bar on the first floor. They offer local Nara hot pot dishes (nabe) such as "Asuka nabe" (chicken and milk based hot pot which is a local dish in Nara) and "Botan nabe" (boar meat hot pot) for a limited time in winter.
There is a large 300-year-old pine tree in the garden which is illuminated at night.
We had kakigori shaved ice with strawberry syrup and
warabi mochi (a traditional dessert made from bracken starch)
steamed bun with bean paste. At Nakanishi Yosaburo you can also enjoy a Japanese style afternoon tea set, but instead of cakes and scones, you are treated Japanese sweets. You can also get some champagne with it.
Located not far Nara Women's University, just a 10-minute walk from Kintetsu Nara Station.
Address: 18-1 Kitafukurocho, Nara, 630-8262, Japan
Lunch: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Dinner: 5:00 - 10:00 PM
Fresh crab, artistically presented just outside Nara-machi
A 300-year-old pine tree, 100-year-old house, amazing food
Address: 1184-1 Takabatake-cho, Nara, 630-8301
Lunch: 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Cafe: 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM
TEKISUI, FUFUFU NARA
Boutique hotel and restaurant in Nara park
Horiuchi Kajitsuen is a farm specializing in cultivating fruit trees in Gojo city which opened in 1903. They produce seasonal fruits, and process and sell dried fruits. All fruits are domestically produced, fully ripe, and additive-free. At their cafe located in Nara city you can eat delicious fruit sweets such as fruit parfait, smoothies and sandwiches and also buy processed fruit products. Enjoy fresh fruit sent directly from their own farm.
The menu is full of fruit sandwiches, parfaits, kakigori shaved ice, fruit smoothies. The menu is very creative; how does a mango roast beef sandwich sound?
A 10 minute walk from Kintetsu Nara Station, located next to Ukimido (floating gazebo) in Nara park.