A Yakiniku restaurant loved by locals for a long time|Yakiniku-no-Hanayama

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Report by the foreigner who knows Ayabe well.

Name of facility : Yakiniku-no-Hanayama Visit date : 2020/8/5 Visitor name : Sazonov Maxim

The meat selected by the owner is delicious and its price is reasonable. You will be able to enjoy Ayabe Musubi (rice ball) using rice harvested in Ayabe as well.


'Hanayama' is in Wakamatsu-cho, Ayabe city.

It's like a small hidden restaurant which is loved by locals and tourists.

It's a very popular restaurant and is crowded on lunch time and weekends with many customers and become full so you'd better to check with the restaurant before you go.


The offal with original souse is loved by locals and is comfort food of Ayabe. After enjoyed the offal, I recommend having Udon noodle with the souse.


You may enjoy meal with family, friends or by yourself.

The restaurant is clean and has a light and comfortable private room.

The stuff is very kind, friendly and you will be able to receive wonderful hospitality.


There are seats on tatami mat so it can accommodate a large group and is suitable for family with children. You will be able to enjoy meal with an atmosphere which makes you feel at home.


There are several menus other than barbeque, but I would recommend enjoying barbeque.

There are many kinds of meat on the menu and I really enjoyed.

I think we could have such delicious meat because it is carefully selected by the owner.


Hanayama is known as a restaurant where you can enjoy high quality meat in the area. Many Ayabe citizens, from children to adults, grew up eating barbeque here.


I enjoyed the offal, too.

You will be able to eat high quality meat at reasonable price.

If I had another opportunity, I would like to go again.



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Sazonov Maxim

From Russia, came to Japan in 2018.

He likes to visit countryside in Japan and interested in Japanese culture and history.

His hobbies are Japanese martial arts (Jodo) and to do calligraphy.