Kyoto is famous in Kansai for its tofu, but if this place is anything to go by, the tofu in Nara can give Kyoto a run for its money. The modern, charming teahouse is run by the 3rd generation of the local tofu makers, and the cafe itself has been open for about 5 years. I love that the tofu is freshly made everyday - nothing like the boxed tofu in American supermarkets. They serve up a wide range of tofu-based dishes - for instance, tofu hamburg steak, tofu hotpot, tofu ramen, and a tofu parfait which is way tastier than it sounds.
Mr. Hayashi inherited this tofu shop from his grandfather. His signature tofus, which local customers love, are made from clear water from Mt. Yoshino and soy milk produced in Japan. They have rich flavor. Tofu Chaya Hayashi has opened to promote tofu’s charms.
You can enjoy several kinds of special tofu dishes such as tofu set meals, tofu ramen, and soy milk soft-serve ice cream there.
Tofu Chaya Hayashi
●Address/551 Yoshinoyama, Yoshino-cho,
Yoshino-gun, Nara Pref.
●Hours/9:00–17:00 (LO 16:30)
●Holidays/Tuesday(Open everyday in April and November)
◆Access/From Ropeway ""Yoshinoyama"" Station:- 12 minutes on foot from the station.
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