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Obanzai Dining: Na-No-Hana
Na-No-Hana is a restaurant that features obanzai dining with a slight twist that’s reasonably priced and good for the body. The obanzai dining here offers specialty pesticide-free ingredients like rice, naturally fermented seasonings, and properly prepared light tasting dashi stock which all make up for the basics of Kyoto style home-cooking. The restaurant is found in a remodeled traditional machiya house with a homey atmosphere where each and every dish is made carefully and wholeheartedly. Many of the dishes on the menu are made with healthy ingredients like tofu which is sure to make your body happy. This restaurant is also open for lunch which is quite a rarity for obanzai dining.
- 338 Iseya-cho, Rokkaku-sagaru, Kogomachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
- Contact No.
- 7-minute walk from the Kawaramachi Station on the Kyoto Line of the Hankyu Railway.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- Hours: 12:00 – 14:30 (closes at 15:15), 17:30 – 22:00 (closes at 23:00)
Closed on 2 irregularly chosen Tuesdays and Wednesdays a month
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- Average budget (one person): Afternoon 1,000 yen -, evening 3,000 yen - Menu: Na-No-Hana Lunch Set 1,550 yen, Irodori Obanzai Set 2,550 yen Credit cards accepted
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Healthy and reasonably priced obanzai dining
Kyoto’s famous “yuba” made from tofu and soybeans is one example of the many healthy items on the obanzai menu and can be enjoyed for affordable prices. The “Irodori Obanzai Set” for 2,550 yen on the dinner menu will allow you to try some of the most popular small dishes available.
Relaxing at-home atmosphere
The remodeled Kyoto-style traditional machiya house of the restaurant makes for a relaxing at-home atmosphere. There are all kinds of seating arrangements available like counter seating, tables where you can stretch out your legs, and floor seating from which you can see the garden. You’ll be able to enjoy your meal as if you were relaxing in your own traditional Japanese home.
Versatile obanzai lunch: Na-No-Hana Lunch Set
On weekdays, only 30 plates, and on Saturdays and Sundays, only 40 limited plates are available of the popular lunch, Na-No-Hana Lunch Set (1,550 yen) made up of four obanzai dishes which may include freshly fried vegetable tempura, soybean gratin and namafu gluten cakes along with your choice of white rice, brown rice, or mixed rice and miso soup and a dessert.