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Yamato-style Eiraku Restaurant (at the Kikuichi Main Store)

Right at the foot of verdant Mount Wakakusa, shrouded in the romance of ancient days, please enjoy our local food specialties in the relaxed atmosphere of an old capital.

Yamato-style Restaurant EirakuYamato-style Restaurant Eiraku

Nara Umaimonozen

Kasuga Hakutaku Eirakuzen

Combination plate of Kasuga Hakutaku Udon and Eiraku-zen. It is sometimes said that present-day udon noodles have their roots in the hakutaku made and served to Imperial envoys by a group of shrine maidens while ceremonial gagaku music and dancing were performed at Kasuga-taisha Grand Shrine in the Heian period (794-1185). Our "Kasuga Hakutaku Udon" have been modified to suit the modern taste. We hope you enjoy these wide, flat noodles with their chewy and creamy texture.

■Kasuga Hakutaku Udon

Comes with: Kodai hishio (traditional hishio mash); Azuki bean dipping sauce; Nopppei-jiru dipping sauce

■Eirakuzen

Buri yellowtail teriyaki; Assortment of boiled in-season vegetables; Yoshino "Honkuzu" goma-dofu (kuzuko pudding with sesame paste) and Shishito pepper Tempura; Yoshino "Honkuzu" goma-dofu with special sauce; Aemono of burdock root with miso sauce; Simmered kuromame (black soybeans); Narazuke pickles; Rice dressed with shiso leaves

Kamameshi, Kamameshi Gozen

Yamato-style chicken rice pot with various grass vegetables depicted in the Man'yoshu poetry collection. The dish will take half an hour to be ready to be served.

*We use rice, chicken and vegetables locally grown in Nara prefecture. (We might instead have to use produce from other prefectures, depending on the season.)
*We care about customers with allergies to specific ingredients. Please be advised to contact us in advance.

大和の味 Chameshi Gozen

Chameshi is a popular rice dish favored for its distinctive aroma of roasted hojicha green tea and its refreshing taste. It is cooked with roasted soybeans or kuromame black soybeans using coarse green tea.

Chagayu Kyumasu Gozen

Chagayu rice porridge is a stomach-friendly health diet handed down to our era by the Yamato-bito, or olden-time Nara people, who enjoyed the dish for breakfast or lunch.

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