Updated: November 07, 2018
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Where To Have Lunch Around Akashi Castle in Akashi, Hyogo


Akashi Castle isn't the biggest castle in the Kansai region, however, it does have its charm and is really worth visiting. While you're in the area, here's where to have lunch at the castle!

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Akashi Castle

Akashi Castle was built in the 17th Century at a strategic area between Osaka and Western Japan by Ogasawara Tadazane.

This castle is interesting for those who like a less-crowded, yet beautiful hanami (cherry blossom viewing spot).


Kusunoki is an excellent and relatively inexpensive Japanese fusion restaurant. The "anago" (conger eel) and the seafood are particularly delicious. You can also have the "omakase" sushi course, where you let the chef decide what to serve you.
You can expect to be about 3,000 yen per person for dinner.

Miyamoto Munashi

Miyamoto Munashi is a Japanese chain that offers very cheap set meals for less than 1,000 yen. You can really get a bang for your buck if you're hungry. For example, for 670 yen, you can get a jumbo "tonkatsu" set (deep fried pork) with a whopping 1,058 calories! On the lighter side, you can get what is called "kitsune udon", which is udon noodles topped with deep fried tofu; it's 350 yen and 301 calories...reasonable in many ways!

Sanjin Sanjin Nishiakashi

Sanjin Sanjin is also a chain where you can have delicious, yet affordable ramen. It is a creamy ramen made with pork bone broth and vegetables. Unlike many other ramen shops where you would only see middle-aged men, this restaurant is also very popular with women because of its comfortable interior and jazz music playing.

Tsukushi Nishiakashi

Tsukushi is a very reasonably priced restaurant where you can have okonomiyaki or monjayaki (simply put, it's a messier version of okonomiyaki). They also serve lunch for about 800 yen, where you can have okonomiyaki, onigiri, salad, a dessert and coffee!

Tabemonya Miki

Tabemonya Miki is an izakaya restaurant in the area. All the dishes here are really delicious, however, the portions are small so it is more tapas style. You can order a lot of different dishes so you can a little bit of everything and share. You won't be disappointed!
This restaurant actually doesn't serve lunch, but it is a delicious Japanese restaurant you can try in the evening.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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