Kawakami An

During the Edo period, people drank Japanese sake while having some small dishes and usually finished their meal with steamed soba at soba restaurants. You can have the same experience today at "Karuizawa Kawakami An." During the weekend, the restaurant is always filled with customers, ordering small dishes of their preference along with their favorite sake. The establishment looks very friendly which makes it easier for people to enter. In addition to tasty soba, you can also enjoy local fresh products, picked on the same day and many local sake from various regions of Shinshu. You will taste all the great products in this restaurant.

Address
6-10 Karuizawa, Karuizawa-machi, Kitasaku-gun, Nagano
Contact No.
+81-267-42-0009
Access
25 min walk from Karuizawa station on Nagano Shinkansen. Or right after getting off at Kyu-karuizawa stop on Seibu bus.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00‐22:00 (Last order at 21:00)
Open all year round
Official Website
http://www.kawakamian.com/shopkaruizawa/
Time Required
2 hours
Other Information
* Average price (for one person) : Lunch from 1000 yen, Dinner from 2000 yen * Menu: Seiro 950 yen, Ten Seiro (Deluxe) 1940 yen * Credit cards are accepted (Visa, MasterCard)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:MANA

Refreshing environment surrounded by trees

The building of "Karuizawa Kawakami An" has huge windows, which gives a sense of openness. In fact, you will feel like sitting outside while staying inside. It is charming to enjoy meals while seeing seasons change.

Source:MANA

Savor the simple "Seiro (steamed soba)"

Soba in this restaurant is firm and tasty. It is because soba powder is coarsely ground at the restaurant. Seiro (950 yen) is a simple dish that contains soba, soup and spices. It is also a perfect dish if you want to enjoy the rich taste of firm soba.

Big shrimp tempura is more than satisfying

Ten Seiro (Deluxe) (1940 yen) has two big shrimp tempura. It is the most popular dish of this restaurant. In fact, most customers order this meal. The freshly fried tempura goes so well with sake. Simple, yet tasty soba is, of course, great.

Kawakami An

During the Edo period, people drank Japanese sake while having some small dishes and usually finished their meal with steamed soba at soba restaurants. You can have the same experience today at "Karuizawa Kawakami An." During the weekend, the restaurant is always filled with customers, ordering small dishes of their preference along with their favorite sake. The establishment looks very friendly which makes it easier for people to enter. In addition to tasty soba, you can also enjoy local fresh products, picked on the same day and many local sake from various regions of Shinshu. You will taste all the great products in this restaurant.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:MANA

Refreshing environment surrounded by trees

The building of "Karuizawa Kawakami An" has huge windows, which gives a sense of openness. In fact, you will feel like sitting outside while staying inside. It is charming to enjoy meals while seeing seasons change.

Source:MANA

Savor the simple "Seiro (steamed soba)"

Soba in this restaurant is firm and tasty. It is because soba powder is coarsely ground at the restaurant. Seiro (950 yen) is a simple dish that contains soba, soup and spices. It is also a perfect dish if you want to enjoy the rich taste of firm soba.

Big shrimp tempura is more than satisfying

Ten Seiro (Deluxe) (1940 yen) has two big shrimp tempura. It is the most popular dish of this restaurant. In fact, most customers order this meal. The freshly fried tempura goes so well with sake. Simple, yet tasty soba is, of course, great.

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