Nishi-Funabashi: Japanese regional
Kyomaru (Nishi-Funabashi: Japanese regional)
Open 11:30am-2:30, 4:30-10:50pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Casual Kyoto-style cuisine (banzai-ryori), including a menu of very appealing original dishes. You can even get set teishoku meals (with rice and soup) for around Y1000. Budget around Y2500-3000 for dinner with drinks.

Funabashi, Chiba, Nishi-Funa 4-27-2, Nishi-Funabashi Station Square Plaza 2F.
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