Japanese Health Food Saryo Hanayamato

A pond that has an area of 33,000 m2 and a space surrounded by silence are seen through the expansive window.
An authentic health food restaurant operated by a long-established Japanese restaurant that was founded in 1904.
Hanayamato serves traditional flavors in pursuit of studying health food that looks beautiful and tastes good.

The pond that has an area of 33,000 m2 surrounded by the rich natural environment produces a contrast of the four seasons.

The pond that has an area of 33,000 m2 surrounded by the rich natural environment produces a contrast of the four seasons.

Customers can enjoy the health food cuisine attaching importance to its taste in the restaurant that attaches importance to the design of the space.

Customers can enjoy the health food cuisine attaching importance to its taste in the restaurant that attaches importance to the design of the space.

Scenery

Enjoy the superb view.

Scenery

The woods and bamboo grove turn beautiful fresh green in summer, and the pond that has an area of 33,000 m2 in the mountainous area provides a broad visual field and a sense of openness.
Color

Feel the transition of the four seasons.

Color

The trees turn red in autumn and show a three-dimensional contrast with the bamboo grove.
The 80-year old Yoshino cherry tree in front of Saryo Hanayamato blooms beautifully in spring and impresses people seeing the tree covered in blossom.
Tradition

Surrounded by a spacial history and historic events in the past.

Tradition

It has been said that the pond that the window overlooks was constructed as an agricultural water reservoir in the Edo period by Uemura Iemasa, the lord of Takatori Castle, and that he used to enjoy boating in the pond because his suburban residence was close to the pond.

Enjoy the taste of local produce born from the earth.

Enjoy the taste of local produce born from the earth.

Notice

Takatori-cho, where Hanayamato is located, holds an annual event called Ohina Meguri Festival from March 1 through 31. People can visit a little more than 100 private cooperating houses in town to see hina dolls (Emperor and Empress dolls) arranged on a special step-altar in each house. It is also fun to hear stories about their hina dolls from each family.
The restaurant is open seven days a week in March.

Concept of the establishment

The eastern endpoint of Silk Road is located in the Takatori-Asuka area. Under the supervision of a professor emeritus at Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University, a state-run university, the long-established Japanese restaurant that was founded in 1904 pioneered Japan’s first health food cuisine in Takatori-cho, where traditional Chinese herbal medicine was said to have rooted for the first time in Japan.
Hanayamato attaches importance to the appearance of the cuisine as well as its taste and serves health food that is pleasant to see and delicious to eat in the hope of keeping customers healthy and energetic. Furthermore, Hanayamato is trying to provide the deliciousness and excitement of the food by dispelling the conventional image of health food.

Information on the establishment

NameJapanese Health Food Saryo Hanayamato
Location1064 Shimizutani, Takatori-cho, Takaichi-gun
Tel.0744-52-2289
Open11:30 AM to 2:30 PM (lunch) and 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM (dinner)
ClosedTuesday
Number of seats50 seats
Parking capacity15 cars
ReservationRequired
Credit cardsNot Acceptable
Websitehttp://r.tabelog.com/nara/A2903/A290303/29005375/

Takatori Hinameguri Specialties

During the Ohina Meguri season, Hanayamato serves specialties that use plenty of traditional Chinese herbal medicine. Each course decorated with handmade hina dolls pleases every customer. Two Takatori Hinameguri courses are offered at 3,500 yen and 5,000 yen (before tax).
* A customized Hina course is available to a group of a minimum of 10 customers according to the customers' budget.

Takatori Hinameguri Specialties

Takatori Hinameguri Specialties

Takatori Hinameguri Specialties

Spirit of hospitality

Hanayamato serves body-friendly health food cuisine with an easy-to-understand explanation.

Spirit of hospitality

Attaching importance to ingredients

Hanayamato attaches importance to ingredients used with consideration of their nutritional values.
(The photo shows Hanayamato’s original hand-stretched somen noodles kneaded with Chinese herbal medicine and free of artificial coloring agent and chemical additives.)

Attaching importance to ingredients