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Tsukemono (pickles) steak

According to tradition, the origin can be traced back to when people fried frozen pickles to melt them or cooked aged, overly sour pickles to make them better for eating. "Tsukemono (pickles) steak" made from fried pickles bound with egg onto which dried bonito flakes or shredded leek are sprinkled is now a well-known dish which is increasingly popular amongst tourists visiting Hida region.
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Café and Bar MITUGI
Furukawa-cho, Hida City

Address3-3 Furukawacho-Ninomachi, Hida City[Map
Phone Number0577-73-0311
Opening Hour18:00~24:00
HolidayIrregular holidays
Parking CapacityNot available
Access Approx. 5 minutes walk from JR Takayama Main Line "Hida-Furukawa Station"
Approx. 1 minute walk from Nohi Bus "Honkoji-mae" bus stop
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Steak made of pickles home-made by the shop owner
Our Tsukemono steak has been served since our opening in 2010 to promote the "local food loved by locals". The steak is made from pickles of Chinese cabbage or red turnip prepared by the shop owner in their harvest season. Many customers like the dish for its familiar and pleasant taste.
Service periodAll year round
Please call us to confirm.
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<Messages from the Staff> We offer various sake relishes from seasonal products. We are waiting for your visit.

Kyoya
Oshin-machi, Takayama City

Address1-77 Oshin-machi, Takayama City[Map
Phone Number0577-34-7660
Opening Hour11:00~22:00
HolidayTuesdays
Parking Capacity12 cars
Access Approx. 10 minutes by car from Chubu-Jukan Expressway "Takayama IC"
Approx. 10 minutes walk from JR Takayama Main Line "Takayama Station"
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Enjoy the traditional culinary delights with seasonal ingredients
Kyoya serves dishes of fresh, seasonal ingredients grilled with charcoal following its traditional methods. We welcome foreign tourists in the 30 languages we have learned from our guests. Enjoy our typical local food which captivates people from all over the world.
Service periodAll year round
Please call us to confirm.
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<Messages from the Staff> "Baking pickles for eating them" is wisdom of Takayama in deep snow. Give it a try!