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  1. Daizo
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa
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Time Out says

This restaurant on Kamakura’s main avenue Wakamiya Oji – the approach to the area’s largest  shrine Tsurugaoka Hachimangu – is a great place to enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine in a calm setting. The venue is run by chef-owner Daizo Hashida, a former chef of the Japanese embassy in Spain, and his wife Kazue, who’s a qualified sake sommelier. Hashida’s hometown Imabari in Ehime prefecture borders the Seto Inland Sea, so you can look forward to a large number of meals using ingredients from this area.

Opt for the omakase course (chef’s selection; ¥11,000 during both lunch and dinner time) that includes an appetiser, sashimi, tai-meshi (rice with minced sea bream), a dessert and more, all using seasonal ingredients. There are just 12 seats, so you’ll need to make a reservation in advance.


Tanakaya Bldg 203, 1-9-30 Yukinoshita, Kamakura
Kanagawa prefecture
Kamakura Station (Yokosuka, Shonan-Shinjuku, Enoden lines)
Opening hours:
12noon-2pm, 6pm-10pm, Tue 6pm-10pm, closed Mon & Wed
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