Best places to eat in Kurashiki

Here's a list of Best places to eat in Kurashiki recommended by our experts:

Pizzeria Conoforesta

Restaurant in Kurashiki
American

The pizzeria CONO foresta, fitted inside a picturesque Japanese house built there about eighty years, overlooks a garden reminiscent of a forest. While ...

Yurinan Cafe

Cafe in Kurashiki

Located in the Kurashiki Bikan district, Kurashiki Guest House Yurinan provides Japanese style accommodation in an 100 year old traditional architecture, a café...

Hachikengura

Restaurant in Kurashiki
French

Hachikengura occupying a converted rice granary that once belonged to the Ohashi family, this is my top pick for an atmospheric meal, boasting a soaring wood-...

Soumigyosai Iwakura

Restaurant in Kurashiki
Seafood

Seafood that is caught in the Seto Inland Sea is delicious, but the Mamakari Takomeshi here is especially delicious. Since there is a set of Takomeshi at lunch...

Ryokan Kurashiki

Restaurant in Kurashiki
Japanese

Ryokan Kurashiki is the Japanese Cuisines Restaurant. Ryokan Kurashiki is a wonderful place for lunch or dinner. The food is fresh, authentic and so delicious...

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La Cenetta

Restaurant in Kurashiki
Japanese

La Cenetta (ラ・チェネッタ), 1700 Funagura-cho, ☎ +81 086-434-3069. Japanese pizzerias are famously creative (and sometimes bizarre) with their choice of pizza ...

Misokatsu Umenoki

Restaurant in Kurashiki

Misokatsu Umenoki, 2-19-3 Achi-dori, ☎ +81 086-422-1282, [28]. 11AM-10PM, closed second and fourth Thursdays of the month. Umenoki serves a Nagoya specialty: ...

Sakura

Restaurant in Kurashiki

Sakura, 10-6 Hon-machi, ☎ +81 086-421-5888. Tu-Su 11AM-4PM. Tasty soba noodles and soup during lunch hours. Dishes from ¥750-¥1580.  

Kana Izumi

Restaurant in Kurashiki

Kana Izumi, 8-33 Hon-machi, ☎ +81 086-421-7254, [27]. Tu-Su 10AM-8:30PM. A noodle shop in the atmospheric surroundings of the Bikan area. Prices vary — bowls of...

Bukkake Udon

Restaurant in Kurashiki
Authentic Local

Bukkake Udon (ぶっかけうどん), [26]. The Kurashiki brand of udon carries influence from Edo-period Tokyo, courtesy of the local business magnates who did trade with ...