Restrants near Iiyama station

Japanese Food

Shunsai Hachijuhachiya

The restaurant welcomes guests who enjoys the food solo. The restaurant is known for its use of local ingredients. The restaurant recommends its earthenware pot-baked rice with sea bream. Lifting the lid of the pot brings a rush of steam, filling the air with a delectable fragrance.
Shunsai Hachijuhachiya

Hananoya

Hananoya serves seasonally inspired dishes, making liberal use of local ingredients like spring-fed Nozawa Onsen rice. Local sake and other alcohol options are designed to compliment and enhance the meals.
Hananoya

Jonnobi

Jonnobi offers traditional izakaya bar fare with a homemade twist, including special seasonal ingredients. Salt and soy sauce are used sparingly, with an eye towards enhancing natural flavors and making the most of cooking techniques. The restaurant specially recommends its 3-year aged kimchi nabe soup.
Jonnobi

Inari shokudou

The diner's specialty Chinese soba noodles are homemade and extra thick, and the roasted pork is soft enough to melt in your mouth. The gyoza (chinese dumplings) are also popular, with thick, chewy outer layer. From ramen to set meals, this restaurant has something for everyone.
Inari shokudou

Ajikura Tsukiakari

Newly opened and located next to Iiyama's "Mayumi Takahashi Doll Museum," Tsukiakari features the best of homemade local food and hospitality.
Dishes are centered around this area's traditional specialties, including rice balls and sasazushi (sushi on a bamboo leaf) made from Iiyama-grown rice. Meals are prepared with no additives, preservatives, or extra flavoring, maximizing the natural flavors of locally-grown produce, meat, and dashi stock.
Take out available for rice balls, sasazushi, side dishes, etc.
Ajikura Tsukiakari

Nakamura

Featuring an indoor hearth and walls decorated with parasols and Japanese kites, this restaurant feels immersed into traditional Japanese culture. Restaurant Nakamura offers a wealth of seasonal fruits and pickled vegetables, a huge serving of tempura, and various complimentary dishes to supplement the meal.
Nakamura

Snow & temple town dining Rokubee

Rokubee is the place to go for local cuisine, with everything from traditional dishes like Tomikura soba noodles and sasazushi to fresh river fish and Iiyama-made sake. The restaurant also uses locally cultivated rice, vegetables, and Iiyama Miyuki pork. Vegetarians and others with food restrictions can also make special meal requests in advance.
Snow & temple town dining Rokubee

Sushi

Sushi Yoshisei

A well-known fixture in Iiyama, Yoshisei has been in business for more than 100 years. To create the perfect sushi rice, the restaurant combines Iiyama-grown rice with other Koshi Hikari strains from around Nagano prefecture. Take-out available.
Sushi Yoshisei

Miharu-zushi

The head chef boasts more than 40 years experience at Miharu-zushi, and an even longer career in Japanese cuisine, so you can be sure that his cooking skills are top-notch. The restaurant also offers quick service and plentiful sushi toppings. Takeout available.
Miharu-zushi

Matsumi-zushi

Focusing on low-cost and delicious ingredients, Matsumi offers delicious fish, as well as clear information on its origins and brand. Customers can also enjoy Iiyama and Niigata-produced sake, as well as wine and 100% natural juice.
Matsumi-zushi

Soba

Soba-dokoro Minamoto

Minamoto serves soba handmade on the restaurant's millstone, using water from pure springs in Kijimadaira village. The restaurant particularly recommends that soba lovers enjoy soba shochu, distilled alcoholic beverage (400 yen) with the meal.
Soba-dokoro Minamoto

Taiwan cuisine

Taiwanese food Koryu

A great place to enjoy authentic, reasonably priced Taiwanese food. Popular dishes include sweet and sour black pork and mayonnaise-flavored shrimp. Many traditional dishes are mild, but the spice of some dishes can be adjusted by request when ordering.
Taiwanese food Koryu

Takoyaki

Negi-to-Kona

Crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle, Negi-to-Kona's takoyaki (octopus dumpling) are made from carefully selected ingredients. While they keep their delicious flavor even after cooling, Takoyaki in the store are served fresh from the baking pan. The most popular dish on the menu is the original leek/sesame sauce takoyaki. The seasonal Iiyama-grown asparagus okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake) is also a favorite.
Negi-to-Kona

local cuisine

Zenigamedou

Each ingredient of sasazushi (sushi on bamboo leaf) is carefully selected, and paired with top-quality Koshi Hikari rice. Sasazushi are made fresh daily. Our business is primarily delivery-oriented, so if possible please call in your order before coming. Our sasazushi can also be purchased at Iiyama's Takahashi Mayumi Doll Museum.
Zenigamedou

Chinese

Chinese food & ramen Honchiro

Honchiro's popular spicy tofu noodle dish is the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter day, with a slight tartness making it a refreshing meal in summer. The tofu noodles, Szechuan noodles, and other spicy dishes can also be adjusted to accommodate any palate.
Chinese food & ramen Honchiro

Eel restaurant

Eel restaurant Honda

The menu is based around a variety of eel dishes. The eel used in the eel plate is slightly fattier and higher grade than the rice bowl with grilled eel. Passed down for generations, the secret tare sauce preserves the sweet flavor, with an aftertaste of soy sauce. For customers in search of a lighter meal, the eel can also be grilled without seasoning.
Eel restaurant Honda

The detailed information of the restaurant

The detailed information of the restaurant, other restaurant information.
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