I had the set lunch for 2800 yen. I don't usually spend that much on a meal but it was entirely worth it, just make sure you're hungry or opt for the smaller set or à la carte options.
The combination of quality of the ingredients, richness of taste yet simplicity are to be relished. Simplicity is not at all negative or referring to lack of culinary skill - rather the opposite. For example the block of pure cold tofu with just a dash of shoyu-like sauce was one of the highlights. The deep-fried version was by far the beat I've ever eaten. The other dishes were just as good. Don't miss the ice cream with plum jam.
Lonely planet says they've been making tofu here for 300 years and they do it every day with water from their own well.
The waitresses are very kind with foreigners and they have and English menu, but there's no English sign on the door.
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