Taste Japanese food in this old historical building
Built in 1885, it records the passing moments of the last 127 years. The owner rebuilt this historical building, and after that, it was recognized as a tangible cultural property.
You’ll see another world the moment you open the door. The building gives makes you feel relaxed with its old Japanese style.
The building has a good atmosphere and the interior design is a comfortable one. Hikariya celebrates all seasonal festivals like Setsubun, the bean-scattering ceremony celebrating the coming of spring in February; Hinamatsuri, the Dolls’ Festival for girls in March; and Tango no sekku, the Boy’s Festival in May. Hikariya introduces guests from foreign countries to Japanese traditional culture. Feel refreshed at the courtyard well in the center of Hikariya.
Terue Okami, is a bright and cheerful person. Ms. Okami is the manager of the Sixth Sense Company and she runs Hikariya. She hopes her guests find inspiration from Hikariya. Will you awaken your sixth sense?