Enjoy Authentic Western-Style Food in this Historic Western Building
This western stone building was built during the Meiji period and is located near the World Heritage Site Nikko Toshogu Shrine. The building was originally built as a villa for the American merchant-trader F.W. Horn, who introduced the first phonograph to Japan. The building has been registered as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan.
The restaurant’s most popular dish is their rice omelet (1600 yen). Enjoy the harmony of flavors between the ketchup-flavored chicken rice, fluffy eggs, and demiglace sauce.
Other popular dishes include their steak course meals and dishes made with Nikko’s specialty product “yuba (tofu skin).”
Enjoy a meal in a historic building.
Rice omelet with fluffy eggs is a popular dish.
Dishes made with Nikko’s specialty product “yuba”.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 2339-1 Sannai, Nikko City, Tochigi
- No scheduled holidays
- Business Hours
- 11:00am-7:30pm, Winter Season: 11:30am-7:30pm
- Lunch 2000-3000 yen, Dinner 5000-10000 yen
- About 5 minutes to the Hotel seikōen mae bus stop by World Heritage Sightseeing Bus(Tobu bus) from JR Nikko Line’s Nikko Station or Tobu Nikko Line’s Tobu Nikko Station, then a short walk from the stop
- Credit Cards
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)