T Station

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T Station is a cafe that is located in front of the south exit of Shin-Fuji Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen Line. The cafe's signature dish is galette that is a traditional crepe from the Brittany region of France. Their galette is made with buckwheat flour from Hokkaido and spring water from Mt. Fuji. It is a very popular dish, but there is another dish that you don't want to miss in this cafe. They offer Tsuke Napolitan that is a regional dish in the area. Tsuke Napolitan is spaghetti served with a dipping sauce. Each restaurant that offers this dish is required to serve a different version of Tsuke Napolitan than any other restaurant in the town. This cafe offers spaghetti with tomato curry and baked cheese dipping sauce.

Address
Miura Bldg. 2F, 661 Kawanarijima, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka
Contact No.
+81-545-88-0819
Access
1-min walk from Minami (south) Exit of Shin-Fuji Station on Tokaido Shinkansen Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00‐14:00
Closed on Sundays
Official Website
http://www.tstation.jp/
Other Information
Average price per person: from 1,000 yen Menu: Cinnamon Sugar Rum Raisin Balsamic Galette 730 yen, Spaghetti with Grilled Cheese Tomato Curry Dipping Sauce 890 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.

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Galette is Said to be Good for Your Health and Skin

Galette is popular as a healthy food as well. The buckwheat flour is full of nutrients, and it helps improve blood flow. At T Station, buckwheat from Hokkaido and spring water from Mt. Fuji are used to make their galettes. They serve galette as a main dish topped with meat or seafood.

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Dessert Galette is Popular with Ladies

A popular galette among female tourists is Cinnamon Sugar Rum Raisin Balsamic (730 yen). Cold ice cream is on top of a freshly made crispy galette, and fragrant cinnamon and rum raisin top it off. You can recharge with this dessert to continue your sightseeing.

Source:食べログ

Must Have: the Regional Specialty Cuisine

The regional specialty food of Fuji city, Tsuke Napolitan, is spaghetti that you dip in a tomato-based soup. The cafe's signature dish is Yaki Cheese Tomato Curry Tsukemen (spaghetti with tomato curry and baked cheese dipping sauce - 890 yen). The dipping sauce is a combination of tomato sauce and their original curry. It comes with rice, and you can also enjoy it as a tomato-flavored curry.

Source:食べログ

T Station

T Station is a cafe that is located in front of the south exit of Shin-Fuji Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen Line. The cafe's signature dish is galette that is a traditional crepe from the Brittany region of France. Their galette is made with buckwheat flour from Hokkaido and spring water from Mt. Fuji. It is a very popular dish, but there is another dish that you don't want to miss in this cafe. They offer Tsuke Napolitan that is a regional dish in the area. Tsuke Napolitan is spaghetti served with a dipping sauce. Each restaurant that offers this dish is required to serve a different version of Tsuke Napolitan than any other restaurant in the town. This cafe offers spaghetti with tomato curry and baked cheese dipping sauce.

※ 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

Galette is Said to be Good for Your Health and Skin

Galette is popular as a healthy food as well. The buckwheat flour is full of nutrients, and it helps improve blood flow. At T Station, buckwheat from Hokkaido and spring water from Mt. Fuji are used to make their galettes. They serve galette as a main dish topped with meat or seafood.

Source:食べログ

Dessert Galette is Popular with Ladies

A popular galette among female tourists is Cinnamon Sugar Rum Raisin Balsamic (730 yen). Cold ice cream is on top of a freshly made crispy galette, and fragrant cinnamon and rum raisin top it off. You can recharge with this dessert to continue your sightseeing.

Source:食べログ

Must Have: the Regional Specialty Cuisine

The regional specialty food of Fuji city, Tsuke Napolitan, is spaghetti that you dip in a tomato-based soup. The cafe's signature dish is Yaki Cheese Tomato Curry Tsukemen (spaghetti with tomato curry and baked cheese dipping sauce - 890 yen). The dipping sauce is a combination of tomato sauce and their original curry. It comes with rice, and you can also enjoy it as a tomato-flavored curry.

Source:食べログ

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