yakushima eating out – Anbo

There are a number of izakaya restaurants down by the Anbo River and a few are included here.  Anbo has a range of dining options in the town and a bit further out of the town.

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Anbo

Smiley Cafe is a cosy little eatery near the waterside, a few minutes walk from Anbo Port.  It serves homemade
Hitotukito serve good coffee and seasonal fruit drinks. There is seating at the cafe and items are takeout-only. Situated opposite the
Yaedake Shokudo (八重岳食堂)  is located by the old bridge in Anbo on the northside of the river.  It is one
San Pauro is located close to the Anbo Harbor.  The restaurant serve meat dishes (including steak), Japanese curry & pasta. 
Yakudon is the place to go if you are after noodles.  A variety of udon and soba noodle dishes, as
Hirano serve a set course meal for lunch (2,000 yen) or evening meal (3,000 yen).  The food served is traditional
Jiiji Ya (じいじ家)  is located by the old bridge in Anbo on the northside of the river.  If you stay
Warung Karang are located just north of the Anbo Bridge.  The restaurant has good views overlooking the Anbo River and
Iso no Kaori is a popular sushi & sashimi restaurant located on the main road north of Anbo (close to
Izakaya Yashima serve good sashimi along with other local fish dishes.  The Izakaya is popular with locals and it is
St Pote (散歩亭)  is a popular riverside bar and restaurant located in Anbo with beautiful riverside views. Meals or drinks
Hidaka Ya serve a variety of ramen using local ingredients including Isso mackerel and Nagata salt.  Other items on the
Natsumi An is located north of Anbo town on the main road leading into Anbo. The restaurant serve a mixture
The Jomon Drive-in offer good value udon & soba noodle set meals.  The service is usually quick.  The Jomon Drive-in
Aneimaru is located on the main road south of Anbo.  The restaurant has recently been built in a traditional Japanese
Kamogawa offer local dishes such as flying fish as well as traditional Japanese dishes.  A no frills, but friendly restaurant

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