Discover the best restaurant in Matsuyama, Japan including Dogo Bakushukan, Goshiki, Funaya, Asahi, Nikitatsuan, Kotori, Kirinomorikashikobo, Rokenmantotakeuchi, Ichiroku Hompo, Dogo Honkanmae, Rokujiya
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4 based on 203 reviews
Bakushukan is located just beside Dogo Onsen Honkan, and it is very easy to find. It is wonderful to drink a glass of beer after taking bath. Their Dogo beers (three or four different kinds) are all original and brewed in Matuyama, of course. The pity is that food selections are not very extensive.
4 based on 167 reviews
Very traditional restaurant in the Okaido area of Matsuyama (a few dozen meters to the right once you cross the arcade, coming from the Okaido tram station). Service was discreet (private room), the deco simple and traditional Japanese. Food was yummy and prices very good.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Matsuyama has a lot of nice onsen hotel restaurants but we most often go to Funaya, mainly because they do both Japanese and French food better than most of the others. I generally can't stay away from the very reasonable French lunch plate: soup, salad, fish and meat courses and a selection of fresh breads, finished off with a killer dessert platter. A decent wine list is on hand, though a post-onsen beer usually does the trick. But the Japanese courses are also excellent. If you are planning to hit the onsen before lunch, timing can be a little tricky as the baths are often closed for cleaning 11-12. For dinner, prices go up a couple of notches, and while you are at it you might want to go for the tasty fugu or bouillabaisse courses if they are in season. The onsen is nice: not the most spectacular in town but woody, with pleasant if smallish rotenburo and sauna, well-maintained and tasteful.
4 based on 46 reviews
The ambience was nice inside, and the Udong was nice too. Taste was like vintage, not kind of 'modern sweet'. Actually it was not my type, but it's worthy to visit once.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
This was one of our best meals and that's saying a lot since almost every meal in Japan is great! We are not big drinkers but decided to go anyway. We ordered a few plates including tofu agasashi, tempura and a selection of sashimi. The presentation was beautiful. The vegetables in the tempura were cut into patterns. The tofu was silky smooth and delicious. The waitresses were very patient with our minimal Japanese, very helpful in helping us choose food. And considering what we had and the quality, I'd say it was less than we would pay for a comparable meal in the States. If you are looking for an elegant restaurant in Matsuyama, head here.
4 based on 68 reviews
Only two menu 1 - pan fried 2 - Inari 1 - pan fried (nabeyakiudon) is as simple gentle taste . 2 - Inari is , traditional Japanese rice balls . Please pay in advance all .
4 based on 131 reviews
持ち帰ってもいいし、そこべてもいいし・・・ 買い物で疲れた体を甘い饅頭で癒してもらうのもお勧めです。店内で食べると、お茶をサービスしていただけます。最高です。 Sweet Manjyu make you Happy!! If you eat that Manjyu made from rice and soybean (Anko) in that shop, you can been served sweet Japanese tea. Of course you can take some Manjyu your home.
4 based on 63 reviews
4 based on 69 reviews
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