Tachikawa: Swedish
Ikea (Tachikawa: Swedish)
Open 9:30am-9pm (Sat, Sun 8:30am-) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Swedish meatballs, sweet Scandinavian desserts and seasonal special dishes are served, all at very reasonable prices, in Ikea's cafeteria-style restaurant. The restaurant also features a wide-screen cartoon-viewing theater area to keep younger children entertained.

Downstairs in the food department you can buy smoked salmon, frozen meatballs and vegetable balls, cheese pies and aquavit. Bags cost extra, so bring your own.

Tachikawa, Midoricho 6.
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