At the castle town Obi, taste delicate Kaiseki.

A Japanese restaurant in Obi, where traditional buildings stand side by side. The restaurant opened at a renovated old house that is more than 100 years old. Only 3 groups are accepted during lunch time and 3 at dinner time in keeping with the thought "we want to serve dishes that can completely satisfy our guests”. After taking off your shoes at the entrance, you will find private spaces separated by fusuma sliding doors. You can savor Kaiseki made with local ingredients in the settled atmosphere of the restaurant.

During the day, a lot of natural light enters the house and produces a comfortable atmosphere.

Each dish is presented on a beautifully matched plate, which entertains your eyes as well as your tongue.

A variety of dishes from the meal prepared by the owner and chef, who used to work for a famous restaurant in Tokyo. For dinner, 3 courses: 4,320 yen, 5,400 yen, and 7,560 yen. "Takikomi gohan (rice seasoned with dashi and soy sauce)" cooked with seasonal ingredients and served from a pot.

Japanese restaurant Ichino

5-2-41, Obi, Nichinan
TEL: 0987-25-5551 (reservation required)
Open: 11:00 - 14:00, 17:00 - 22:00
Closed: No scheduled holidays