We went to Kamakura for the tipical visit to temples and shrines, but as always, we looked in tripadvisor for the best places to eat. We skipped the hamburgers (of the top ranked Good Mellows) and tried this place that looked more local and traditional. To get there you need to take the train that goes from Kamakura station to the great Buda temple, but step out in one of the stations in between. Then you walk three or four blocks towards the sea and make a left (we asked someone, but you can use your google maps to get there). My point is that it is not in the more touristic area or so easy to find, but it is really worth the effort. The interesting thing about this restaurant is that they provide fixed menus, as in nouvelle couisine meeting Japanese food. The first set of curses were the best: a variety of small appetizers, all good and a couple of them spectacular. Excellent sake. Reasonable price. You can seat either in or outdoors.
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