|Fujioto||Eateries||Number of seats: 150, Group lunch guests welcome!|
|Aoki||Eateries||Situated south of Tsumago Post Town, in a quiet place where a Jizo statue stands, Aoki offers home-cooked dishes with the season’s best ingredients and homely hospitality. Cherry blossoms in spring, the star filled sky in summer, colored foliage in fall, snow in winter - with a cup of sake in hand, you can enjoy beautiful views here during every season. After a walk along the Nakasendo, try Aoki Ramen, our unique and popular Kiso specialty.|
|Enoki-zaka||Eateries||As the only restaurant in the post town offering pure hand-made soba noodles, we make our best effort to offer genuine high quality food to our customers for over 30 years. We are looking forward to your visit. "Gen Soba" is grown by our contract farmers and milled on site. Our wasabi is also fresh and locally grown.|
|Ebiya||Japanese-style café||Come try our exquisite homemade kuri (chestnut) zenzai, anmitsu, kuri-an shiruko (chestnut paste soup) and frozen zenzai (sweet azuki bean soup - in summer only). Our signature products are matcha (powdered green tea) and kuri kinton (chestnut paste). We also sell delicious sweets such as kuri kinton and kuri kintsuba.|
|Otokichi||Eateries||Savor the cuisine cooked with rich fresh ingredients from the Kiso mountains. soba, edible wild plants, freshwater fish, matsutake mushrooms, wild boar hot pot, etc.|
|Shin’ya||Eateries||Shin’ya’s gohei-mochi (skewered rice cakes) have the original Tsumago-style shape and use locally-grown walnut sauce. Enjoy our hot gohei-mochi fresh from the grill. Try our Nagano-grown soba, too. Our hand-made Kirishina soba uses pure water from Kaida Village. Enjoy its smooth texture.|
|Shirokiya||Eateries||We are a Japanese style café located in the center of the post town, alongside the Old Nakasendo way. Enjoy delicious coffee, cakes, or seasonal specialty lunches in a historic house built in the late Edo Period.|
|Suzuya||Japanese-style café||A Japanese-style café located in the middle of Tsumago Post Town. Try our popular kuri kinton with matcha, homemade tokoroten, anmitsu, chestnut zenzai, and other dishes. We offer shaved ice during summer, too. Enjoy beautiful views of the post town while taking a break at our café. |
|Tawaraya||Eateries||Specializing in home-cooked meals. We offer meals prepared by the local mothers of Tsumago each morning.|
Our specialties include: gohei-mochi, zaru soba, cold yamakake soba (soba topped with grated yam), cold sansai (edible wild plants) soba.Warm soba dishes are also available. We are located next to the Tsumago Post Town’s Honjin, across from the post office.
|Tawaraya Rikyu||Eateries||Specializing in home-cooked meals. We offer meals prepared by the local mothers of Tsumago each morning.|
Our specialties include: gohei-mochi, zaru soba, cold yamakake soba (soba topped with grated yam), cold sansai (edible wild plants) soba.
Warm soba dishes are also available.Directions: Exit parking lot No.1 towards the post town, turn right.
|Enoki-zaka Manjuan||Japanese-style café||Our most popular products: 1. Soba manju made with local soba flour milled on site, 2. Homemade kuri kinton prepared using local chestnuts, 3. Kuri (chestnut) soft-serve ice-cream (the only place in the post town)|
|Yamagiri||Eateries||Our gohei-mochi sauce is made with plenty of walnuts and sesame seeds. We offer gohei-mochi and many other dishes using our special sauce. We are the perfect place to pick up souvenirs as well. Please visit us when you are in Tsumago Post Town.|
|Yoshimuraya||Eateries||Exquisite al-dente soba noodles with a special bonito-stock sauce. Our sobagaki (plain buckwheat mash with sauce) is popular among connoisseurs. We also offer delicious fruit ice creams with 10 flavors to choose from.|
|Gallery-Café Koh||Japanese-style café||A quaint café situated at the Nakasendo & Shindo crossroad. We can offer a relaxing cup of tea, gallery artworks, and the beautiful views of Kosatsuba to the east and Tsumago Post Town to the west. Please pay us a visit.|
||Eateries||Established over 300 years ago, Hanaya has been welcoming customers with the same high quality of heartfelt hospitality since the Edo Period. Guests can enjoy the seasonal flavors of homemade meals while listening to the master’s authentic Kiso-bushi songs. We are very popular among guests from overseas.|
|Kongoya ||Eatery||Ideal for a quiet and peaceful dining experience! We serve Kiso specialty gohei-mochi and various kinds of soba.|
|Omote||Eateries||Our gohei-mochi uses wild-walnut sauce and homegrown rice, grilled on straw skewers that add an excellent flavor and aroma. Our signature two dango (round rice cake) style has not changed in more than 30 years. Our soba, sauce, and edible wild plants are all homemade to the master’s pride. |
|Konohanaya||Eatery||We are located two minutes from the parking lot. We offer authentic specialties such as gohei-mochi, dango, Shinshu beef skewers. In particular, our quality espresso coffee comes with a special take-out cup that makes for an ideal souvenir. A perfect memory of your time in Nagiso.|