You might give up going to this restaurant because of the long name here.
But the real name of this restaurant is simply 'Tia'.
'Tsuti ni inochi to ai arite' means like 'There are full of lIves and love in the soil of the earth' in Japanese.
So please don't be afraid.
I suppose this place is very good for people from foreign countries.
It is a hotel-restaurant but opens to customers out of the hotel.
People visiting Japan can enjoy sushi, tempura, ramen, and various Japanese food, but usually not 'OSOUZAI' Japanese eat at their home everyday.
Here you can try it easily.
I don't know the restaurant people can speak English, but again, it is a hotel-restaurant, you can ask help of the hotel's front desk at first.
The dining space is very spacious and you can pick up from various Japanese everyday-menu.
You don't need to know the name of the dish, you can serve yourself and try just a bit by bit by yourself, then go second helping if you like.
It is all made from organic vegetables and ingredient. It is the point especially appealing to Japanese customers, but must be still wonderful for foreign guest.
This place is popular and might be crowded in lunch time, so I recommend you to try their breakfast.
Even in Tokyo it is difficult to find a restaurant that serves such a unique breakfast, so if you are going to visit Nagasaki, I highly recommend this restaurant.
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