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About Japanese Food in Asahikawa

daisetsu national parkThere is much more to Japanese cuisine than the internationally familiar sushi, tempura, sashimi, and steamed rice. Visitors to Japan, and Asahikawa will have available to them a surprisingly large choice of dining options.

Food lovers should by no means dismiss the well
daisetsu national parkrecognized specialties above, since trying it on '
home soil' is always a unique and rewarding experience. At the same time, there are taste sensations around every corner that you may have never heard of, or had heard of, but not tried.

daisetsu national parkShabu shabu, sukiyaki, yakiniku, Asahikawa ramen, okonomiyaki, yaki soba, soba, udon, yakitori, nabe, and Genghis Khan are just scratching the surface of food styles to be enjoyed in Japan and Asahikawa. Add to this the recent explosion of restaurants offering Japanese cuisine creatively fused with international influences, and you will
daisetsu national parkquickly find your visit turning into a gourmet getaway of spectacular proportions. And contrary to conventional wisdom, Japan is not an expensive place to eat. In Asahikawa, a bowl of ramen will generally cost about ¥950 (often less). A full course dinner, including drinks, will be about ¥2,500 to ¥5,000 per person depending on the restaurant.


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Niko - Traditional Japanese
Traditional Japanese restaurant offering a broad menu at lunch and dinner. Offers a relaxed atmosphere and exquisite flavors...


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Tenkin - Seafood Izakaya
Tenkin is one of the oldest Izakaya style restaurants in Asahikawa, specializing in providing outstanding quality fresh seafood as part of an extensive menu featuring all of your Japanese favourites....