Great location opposite the Shimabara Castle. Nice nabe set lunch with unagi fish and bunch of vegetables and mochi in a pot. Superb service!
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This Japanese restaurant is located at the main road outside the main entrance / exit of Shimabara Castle. This restaurant opens at 11am and closes at 7pm. Try eating guzoni, which is a clear rice cake soup with ingredients like cabbage, lotus roots, mushrooms, small...More
Known for its gozoni (vegetables with meat and seafood simmered in a clam-based broth topped with sticky rice cakes), Shimabara's specialty. The staff are very friendly, and cheerful. Service was quick and efficient. The menu has big, beautiful pictures of their specialty, and it's directly...More
A perfect hot broth for cool weather ... Guzoni is a very simple taste of soup, full of hearty, healthy local ingredients and topped with filling round rice cakes (mochi). Apparently, the dish originated in 1637 as a way to feed 37,000 soldiers over 3...More
The restaurant is located near the entrance of Shimabara castle. You can enjoy Shimabara's local food, Guzouni. There is similar food, Zouni in Japan, nation wide. The differences are more things inside such as mashroom, vesitables, chicken, seafood etc. Also, in Shimabara, they have it...More