Enjoy the cozy feeling of traditional Japanese home cooking
Located adjacent to the Philosopher’s Path, Daigin Shokudo offer traditional Japanese home cooking in a cozy, laid back atmosphere reminiscent of the 1980s.
You’ll be familiar with most items on the menu, with the likes of Tonkatsu (deep fried pork), grilled fish, and more showing up.
Also, you can't miss out on the variety of well–prepared side dishes.
Meal sets come with large bowls of rice, miso soup and two healthy side dishes. Plastic samples of their meals are displayed outside and will definitely catch your eye before you enter.
English menus are also available, but the plastic models are a better way for you to get an idea of what the dishes will be like.
Daigin Shokudo is an enjoyable restaurant for all and a great place to come after enjoying a walk through the brilliant cherry blossom arch of the Philosopher’s Path.
Tonkatsu Meal set
Tonkatsu (Japanese fried pork cutlets) is one of the dishes that most foreign visitors coming to Japan look forward to.
The thick, crispy Tonkatsu, drizzled with the special tonkatsu sauce, is perfect for those on an empty stomach.
The healthy tofu and boiled spinach contrast greatly with the juicy Tonkatsu, making this all round an incredibly satisfying lunch.
There are over ten similar meal sets, so don’t worry if you’re not a fan of fried pork, because there’s something for everyone.
Tempura Udon is a classic when it comes to Japanese noodles.
Two huge shrimps lie atop the perfectly soft Udon noodles.
The mild tasting, light soup is sure to warm you up as it and the noodles fill your belly.
If you prefer, Soba noodles can be substituted for the Udon.
Special miso soup
The regular soup that comes with the meal sets can be changed to this Special Miso Soup for only ￥120. The soup features sliced onions, carrot, chopped pork and various other vegetables, making pretty hearty and almost removing the need for the main.
Locals often choose this Special Miso Soup with their meals.