Oarai Seaside Hotel Restaurant Wisteria
Located inside Oarai Seaside Hotel, this casual restaurant offers a Japanese and Western menu with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
- 6880-9 Isohamacho, Oarai Town
- 7-minute taxi ride from Oarai Station on the Oarai-Kashima Line
- Business Hours
- 11:00-15:00 (Last order 14:00)
- http://ooarai-seasideho .co.jp/restaurant
- TEL: 029-267-2111
- 70 parking spots
- Price Range
- Anglerfish hotpot 3850 yen/person (tax included)
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Halal Ramen Inaho
Located near Hitachi Seaside Park, this restaurant in Katsuta serves Halal ramen with unique flavors inspired by the owner's time living in Indonesia. In addition to regular ramen, Inaho offers ever-changing dishes, including Bali Curry Mazesoba, Mie Ayam, and creamy white miso ramen! The handmade noodles made from Japanese flour perfectly match Indonesian and Japanese flavors.
All dishes are pork, alcohol-free, and Halal certified. The shop also has a prayer space and Wudhu area for ritual washing.
Whether you're Muslim, traveling with Muslim friends, or simply a fan of delicious ramen with an Indonesian twist, this place should not be missed!
Vegan Cafe Terra
Located in the heart of Mito City, Vegan Cafe Terra is a short walk from Mito Station's North Exit and close to tourist destinations, including Kairakuen and Kodokan. As Mito City's first vegan restaurant, you can try vegan versions of classic Japanese favorites like ramen and curry rice. There are also delicious salads and a range of vegan cakes.
The chef and owner Mitsuyo spent a year learning vegan cuisine in Kyoto, a city with a long history of vegetarian cuisine. He also has a qualification in plant-based and whole food cooking.
The restaurant has an English menu and is happy to welcome non-Japanese speakers.
Nakaya Japanese Restaurant
Nakaya is a Japanese restaurant run by the local Kiuchi Brewery. Established in 1873, Kiuchi Brewery started with sake production and subsequently expanded into brewing beer. The brewery is now known worldwide for its Hitachino Nest Beer brand.
The brewery established Nakaya restaurant to bring delicious, local Ibaraki dishes to a wider audience. The dishes feature organic vegetables grown next to the brewery. Additionally, the menu is designed to pair well with Kiuchi Brewery's sake.
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