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Jion Shoja

慈恩精舎

Help desk

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Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-3816-1664 (+81-50-3816-1664)

Shop: 086-278-1555 (+81-86-278-1555)

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Try our house specialty, the "Lucky Lotus Root Banquet", in the peace and quiet of a suburban area

The lotus is the flower of Buddhism, and we hold our lotus root dishes in high-esteem as we model ourselves on the hospitality style of Buddhist nuns. Enjoy all the lotus roots you desire. Lotus roots are a "lucky" ingredient because of their holes, which are said to bring "good prospects for the future". So you can expect your luck to pick up with our lotus roots. Depending on how they are cooked, they can be "crunchy", "sticky", "crisp", and more, and you can delight yourself in a variety of textures and tastes. We do all we can to make a good impression on our guests - with the arrangement of our dishes, and again with the textures and tastes of foods. We are located in a corner of a quiet suburban area not far from the eastern banks of the Hyoken River, and we are a 15-minute walk from Higashi Okayama Station. Step through the gate and you will be welcomed by a small "jizo" statue. One side of our dining hall has a glass wall where a gentle and elegant light pours in. The lotus is the flower of Buddhism, and we hold our lotus root dishes in high-esteem as we model ourselves on the hospitality style of Buddhist nuns. read more Enjoy all the lotus roots you desire. Lotus roots are a "lucky" ingredient because of their holes, which are said to bring "good prospects for the future". So you can expect your luck to pick up with our lotus roots. Depending on how they are cooked, they can be "crunchy", "sticky", "crisp", and more, and you can delight yourself in a variety of textures and tastes. We do all we can to make a good impression on our guests - with the arrangement of our dishes, and again with the textures and tastes of foods. We are located in a corner of a quiet suburban area not far from the eastern banks of the Hyoken River, and we are a 15-minute walk from Higashi Okayama Station. Step through the gate and you will be welcomed by a small "jizo" statue. One side of our dining hall has a glass wall where a gentle and elegant light pours in. ... learn more from chef

  • English menu
  • English-speaking staff
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Lunch
  • Late-night service
  • No smoking
  • Special dietary requests
  • Western cutlery

Help desk

:
Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-3816-1664 (+81-50-3816-1664)

Shop: 086-278-1555 (+81-86-278-1555)

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Access
A 15-minute walk from Higashi-Okayama station on the JR Sanyo Main Line and the JR Ako line
Cuisine
Japanese / General,Japanese / Kaiseki (traditional multi-course meal),Japanese / Shojinryori (vegetarian cuisine) / Kaiseki (course menu),Japanese
Average price
Dinner: 4,000 JPY / Lunch: 2,100 JPY
Open
[Tuesday - Sunday/Public Holidays/Days Before Public Holidays] Lunch: 11am - 3pm (last order 2pm)/Dinner: 5pm - 9pm (last order 7pm)
Closed
Mondays
Address

26-5 Yoneda , Naka-ku, Okayama, Okayama map

Jion Shoja_Outside view
Address (for taxi driver )
岡山県岡山市中区米田26-5
English services
Unknown.
Credit cards accepted
Features
Lunch / No smoking / Special diet / Western cutlery / Reservations / Reserved rooms / Child friendly / Coupons/vouchers / Tatami room / course meals / Kids menu / Take out

*Please add a special request for inquiries regarding smoking/non-smoking.

Japanese Dining Etiquette

Japanese Dining Etiquette - Kaiseki (course menu) Japanese Dining Etiquette - PRIVATE ROOM