Restaurant Yamaguchi

Restaurant Yamaguchi レストラン やまぐち HIGHLIGHT: Enjoy individual dishes or a course meal at this quiet French restaurant tucked in the residential area of Tateyama City. From the outside the restaurant looks a bit hard to find, but there is a small sign marking their parking lot across the street. There are different price levels and courses,... Continue Reading →

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L’Espoir – CLOSED

**THIS RESTAURANT IS NOW CLOSED** L’Espoir レスポワール HIGHLIGHT: Enjoy “galettes,” a crispy French buckwheat flour pancake garnished with assorted ingredients. Choose combinations like blue cheese and walnuts or fresh ham and eggs which the French owner-chef will then cook for you. You can also choose from an assortment of crepes for dessert or a sweet cocktail. RECOMMENDED: Get one of... Continue Reading →

Porto Maison Rooms

Porto Maison Rooms ポルトメゾンルームス HIGHLIGHT: The clean white walls, plush sofas and large windows give this classy café a nice feel. If you're craving French food, try their original French toast and lobster thermidor. They also have Italian flan and pork cutlet. The clam chowder is a tempting find as well. Portions are a bit small for... Continue Reading →

Kumfa

Kumfa クムファ HIGHLIGHT: Get some tapas-style food and drinks at this Asian fusion café and bar right across from the beach. The straw couches and leafy plants make the place feel like a beach resort year-round. Have some Korean samgyetang chicken ginseng soup, Vietnamese spring rolls or Indonesian beef satay as you enjoy the atmosphere. RECOMMENDED: The place also has... Continue Reading →

Salvia Coffee

Salvia Coffee サルビア コーヒー HIGHLIGHT: A small, cozy cafe. The slightly dim lighting and antique atmosphere makes it the perfect place to relax with a hot cup of coffee. The entire shop smells like fresh coffee beans, as they are roasted and ground by the cafe staff themselves. You can even buy coffee beans to take... Continue Reading →

Nojimazaki Lighthouse

Nojimazaki Lighthouse 野島崎灯台 DO: Climb up the second oldest lighthouse in Japan, originally built in 1869. Both the lighthouse itself and the view from the top are beautiful. Admission includes entry to the lighthouse museum, where you can learn about the history behind the lighthouse. Be sure to take a walk around the surrounding park as... Continue Reading →

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