Momijitei

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Momijitei is located on the north shore of Lake Kawaguchi, and it serves a regional specialty of Yamanashi prefecture called hoto. Hoto is a one-pot dish of thick noodles and lots of vegetables like kabocha squash and taro that are simmered in a miso-based soup. The recipe for the miso has been handed down from generation to generation. The miso has been aged for two years, and it gives hoto its mild flavor. In addition to hoto, they have udon and soba as well. The restaurant has a traditional Japanese interior and relaxing atmosphere.

Address
3067-1 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi
Contact No.
+81-555-76-8200
Access
Take Fujikyuko Bus bound for Oishi Petite Pension Mura from Kawaguchiko Station. Get off at Kubota Itchiku Bijutsukan. 3-min walk from the bus stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:30‐21:00 (closes at 19:30 in winter)
Closed irregularly
Official Website
http://www.navi-city.com/iine/momiji-tei/english.html
Other Information
Average price per person: From 1,000 yen for lunch and dinner Menu: Kinoko Hoto (mushroom hoto) 1,300 yen, Gyuniku Hoto Gozen (beef hoto set) 1,800 yen

※ 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:食べログ

Regional Food in Yamanashi Prefecture

Hoto is Yamanashi's specialty cuisine, and the thick, flat noodles is its signature. The noodle is made of wheat flour, and it is simmered in a miso-based soup with lots of vegetables, such as kabocha squash, taro, carrots and mushrooms. Hoto has been a favorite in Yamanashi for a long time, and each family has its own special recipe. At Momijitei, they use homemade miso that has been aged for two years.

Hoto with Mushrooms, a Gift from the Forest

Kinoko hoto (hoto with mushrooms - 1,300 yen) is one of Momijitei's popular dishes. The mild miso compliments mushrooms like shimeji and enoki. It will warm your body and heart especially in the cold months!

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A Large Portion: Hoto and Rice Set

Gyuniku Hoto Gozen (1,800 yen) is a combination of beef hoto, rice with different ingredients, two side dishes and pickles. You can add chilly miso paste (nanban-miso) that is provided on the table to make the hoto spicier.

Momijitei

Momijitei is located on the north shore of Lake Kawaguchi, and it serves a regional specialty of Yamanashi prefecture called hoto. Hoto is a one-pot dish of thick noodles and lots of vegetables like kabocha squash and taro that are simmered in a miso-based soup. The recipe for the miso has been handed down from generation to generation. The miso has been aged for two years, and it gives hoto its mild flavor. In addition to hoto, they have udon and soba as well. The restaurant has a traditional Japanese interior and relaxing atmosphere.

※ 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:食べログ

Regional Food in Yamanashi Prefecture

Hoto is Yamanashi's specialty cuisine, and the thick, flat noodles is its signature. The noodle is made of wheat flour, and it is simmered in a miso-based soup with lots of vegetables, such as kabocha squash, taro, carrots and mushrooms. Hoto has been a favorite in Yamanashi for a long time, and each family has its own special recipe. At Momijitei, they use homemade miso that has been aged for two years.

Hoto with Mushrooms, a Gift from the Forest

Kinoko hoto (hoto with mushrooms - 1,300 yen) is one of Momijitei's popular dishes. The mild miso compliments mushrooms like shimeji and enoki. It will warm your body and heart especially in the cold months!

Source:食べログ

A Large Portion: Hoto and Rice Set

Gyuniku Hoto Gozen (1,800 yen) is a combination of beef hoto, rice with different ingredients, two side dishes and pickles. You can add chilly miso paste (nanban-miso) that is provided on the table to make the hoto spicier.

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