Nagano Prefecture, Japan Food Guide: 6 Cafe food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Shimosuwa-machi

April 18, 2021 Jana Sager

Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Shimosuwa-machi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan including Clasuwa Restaurant, Cafe Tac, Korobokkuru Hutte, Hutte Misayama, Terrarium, Tome Hachiman
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6. Tome Hachiman

5811 Taisha-Dori, Shimosuwa-machi, Suwa-gun Nagano Prefecture Cafe +81 266-26-4444

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5. Terrarium

5312 Hirosecho, Shimosuwa-machi, Suwa-gun Nagano Prefecture Cafe +81 266-28-4266

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4. Hutte Misayama

10618 Yashima Shitsugen, Shimosuwa-machi, Suwa-gun Nagano Prefecture Cafe +81 266-75-2370
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3. Korobokkuru Hutte

Kamisuwa Kirigamine, Suwa 392-0003 Nagano Prefecture Cafe Breakfast, Lunch [email protected] +81 266-58-0573
Overall Ratings

4 based on 28 reviews

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2. Cafe Tac

3158 Mitamachi Kami, Shimosuwa-machi, Suwa-gun 393-0061 Nagano Prefecture Cafe +81 266-75-5315
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Reviewed By Norma M

Amazing Normandy style galettes, both savoury & sweet. Also steak, duck and other French style cafe foods. Incredible warmth and hospitality by chef owner and his staff will make this one of your most memorable dining experiences in Japan.

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1. Clasuwa Restaurant

3-1-30 Kogandori, Suwa 392-0027 Nagano Prefecture Cafe, International, Fusion Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Wheelchair Accessible +81 266-52-9640
Overall Ratings

4 based on 121 reviews

Clasuwa Restaurant

Reviewed By ArlettaC

We had lunch here on a weekday afternoon. The four of us each chose a different entree; they were all very good, and fairly typical fare in a western-style Japanese restaurant. Everything was fresh and nicely prepared. What sets it off, though, is the soup, salad, bread, and beverage bar that comes with the meal. The salad produce was very good, with several dressing choices, the bread tasted like it was just out of the oven, and there was a good selection of non-carbonated beverages. Service was friendly and pleasant, and the dining room is quite attractive, overlooking the lake.

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