A place to enjoy some casual dining. Tango-ya is filled with charming old wooden signboards. In Sousou-an, the scenery jumps into the room through the wall-sized window. Each building has a completely different atmosphere.
Tango-ya primarily serves casual boiled "yudofu" tofu and yuba (tofu skin) dishes. As you dine, you can enjoy the old-fashioned interior with its old-style signboards. Most seating is chair seating, but floor seating is also available.
Chair seating at Sousou-an allows you to take in the garden scenery to your heart's content. Sousou-an primarily serves casual boiled "yudofu" tofu and yuba (tofu skin) dishes.
Registered Cultural Property, Junsei Sho-in
Junsei Sho-in, located on the Junsei premises, is a medical school that appeared during the Edo Period (1903-1868), and is now a national registered cultural property. The building interior is a dining space, perfect for enjoying a quiet meal with a small group.
When you pass through the stone gate reading "Meikyo Rakuchi," you'll find a garden that stretches for 3,960 square meters. Here you can admire the changing of the four seasons visible in the garden plants. When lit up at night, the garden appears magical in a different way than it does in the daytime.
In the Ryotei-kaku pavilion at the rear of the garden, you can relax looking out on the garden as you enjoy your meal. Although the building is traditionally Japanese in style, chair seating, rather than floor seating, is primarily offered inside.