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Teriha is a Japanese-style wine bar, situated in Higashi Chaya District where old tea houses remain in the city of Kanazawa, Ishikawa. The okami (female owner) used to perform geisha dances and music called "geigi" in private parties. Not only is she elegant and beautiful, she is also a sommelier. In addition to various wines, this bar serves Japanese sake, beer and shochu. You can also have lunch for a reasonable price.
- 1-24-7 Higashiyama, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
- Contact No.
- Take a Hokutetsu bus bound for Higashi Chaya Gai from the east exit of Kanazawa station. Get off at Hashiba-cho bus stop. 8 min walk from there.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
Closed on Sunday and national holidays
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 min
- Other Information
- *Average price (one person): Lunch 1,000-2,000 yen, Dinner 4,000-5,000 yen *Menu: Kaga vegetable salad 950 yen, Teriha lunch 1,100 yen *Credit cards are accepted
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Bar owned by beautiful okami who knows a lot about drinks
Okami, the female owner of this bar, used to be a great geisha at Higashi Chaya District before. She possesses the beauty and the intelligence that geisha has. On top of that, she also has a sommelier certificate and a sake adviser certificate. As a result, the bar serves more than 80 types of wine and Japanese sake.
"Kaga vegetable salad" made of local vegetables of Ishikawa
Kaga vegetable salad is a healthy dish that contains plenty of "Kaga vegetables" that have been grown in Ishikawa from a long time ago. It contains seasonal vegetables such as "Kaga renkon" which is white and thick lotus root.
Popular "Teriha lunch" of the day
It is also popular for its lunch menu with a reasonable price. "Teriha lunch" (1,100 yen) is a homely lunch that contains many different Kyoto-style side dishes. You can have fresh and seasonal ingredients, including fish that are purchased at Ishikawa's famous Fish Market, Omicho Market every day.