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Culinary all-rounder in a tranquil garden

Just under a 30-minute ride from central Tokyo, Izuchiku presents itself in a truly Japanese setting. Tatami matted rooms are tastefully decorated with seasonal flowers, overlooking the stepping stones of its picture-perfect Japanese garden. The only place in Japan where all three traditional cuisine styles, shojin (vegetable-centred temple cuisine) and the two types of kaiseki (distinguished from one another in Japanese by different characters, one a series of small dishes, the other a special course meal prepared for a tea ceremony) are offered, served by immaculate, yet discreet staff with a sincere notion of hospitality. 


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