Meiji-no-Yakata

Enjoy Authentic Western-Style Food in this Historic Western Building

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Western cuisine

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).”

Highlights

  • Enjoy a meal in a historic building.
  • Rice omelet with fluffy eggs is a popular dish.
  • Dishes made with Nikko’s specialty product “yuba”.

Photos

  • Exterior of “Meiji-no-Yakata“

    Exterior of “Meiji-no-Yakata“

  • A retro atmosphere

    A retro atmosphere

  • Rice omelet and croquettes

    Rice omelet and croquettes

Reviews

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  • 蔡珮廷

    個人很喜歡歷史悠久的建築物的感覺,裡面做的歐姆蛋很美味又好吃,吃飽飯,附近走走看看很不錯。

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Details

Name in Japanese
明治の館
Postal Code
321-1431
Address
2339-1 Sannai, Nikko City, Tochigi
Telephone
0288-53-3751
Closed
No scheduled holidays
Business Hours
11:00am-7:30pm, Winter Season: 11:30am-7:30pm
Budget
Lunch 2000-3000 yen, Dinner 5000-10000 yen
Access
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
Smoking
Prohibited
Takeout
Available
Credit Cards
Accepted
Official Website
Official Website (English)