Main dishes are meats, including yakiniku and yakitori, grilled at your table. There's also a limited selection of sushi (salmon, tuna, eel, shrimp), curry, fried chicken, fried potatoes, salad, ramen, udon, soup, salad.
Has a do-it-yourself candy floss (USA: cotton candy) machine, eight flavours of scoop-style ice cream, a crepe/pancake station, four types of cake, fruit including grapefruit, oranges, lichis, pineapple, etc.
Monday to Friday lunchtime: 1050 yen for adults, 840 yen for 6-12 year olds and 400 yen for over-threes.
Saturday, Sunday and holiday lunchtime: 1480 yen for adults, 1030 yen for 6-12 year olds and 470 yen for over-threes.
Dinner time: 1,980 yen for adults, 1340 yen for 6-12 year olds and 470 yen for over-threes.
The candy floss machine is fun. The food is pretty good here, certainly much higher quality than Hanamasa's similar all you can eat place was. Kids enjoy it but it's expensive. Go there for lunch during the school holidays. --Ben 06:16, 31 Aug 2005 (UTC)