Dewa Sanzan Shojin Ryori

Dewa Sanzan Shojin Ryori

Dewa Sanzan Shojin ryori (精進料理, literally: devotion cooking) is a type of vegetarian cooking introduced into Japan together with Buddhism in the 6th century. Foods derived from soybeans - including TOFU - and vegetable oils - including sesame, walnut, and rapeseed - were popularized in Japan as a result of their use in shojin ryori.

Address

Touge
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Fee

Fee: ¥1,620〜¥3,240 for most dishes.

Open

Open everyday.

Access

Ride the Haguro San Cho Line (38 minutes) and then walk to the restaurant (1 minute).

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