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The food is delicious. Be prepared to squeeze and share small space with lots of other people at the table counter. We had the hot soupy ramen, mentaiko, skewered pork belly, Unagi and cold oolong tea. The bill came to be 5,000 yen, which is...More
I would say it is just for fun to have an experience with traditional Japanese food stall.
It is not a night market. There are only food stalls and open for dinner. (After 18.00)
One ramen, Oden or BBQ with cold beer is recommended,
I have lived in Japan for 3 years, have travelled all over and eat 90% Japanese food at home since my wife is Japanese. Having been a few times over the years as early back as 2005 I have to say the current offering is...More
I ate at one of the yatai on Nakasu, had yakitori & it was great. The staff were lovely & I had fun chatting to the other diners. Noone spoke much English, but it's easy enough to order & pay. A great part of the...More
Heard so much about yatai so decided we need to visit one.
Love the night scene and atmosphere. Suits visitors who likes to have a beer or sake to go with exactly a night snack.
Stalls are small surrounded by a few chairs squeezed together....More
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