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Restaurants in Tsuruoka

Yudonosan Sanrojo

Yudonosan Sanrojo

Yudonosan sanrojo

湯殿山参篭所

Type:

Shojin-ryori

Yudonosan Sanrojo is a pilgrim lodge and a lunch restaurant in Mt. Yudono. It is located next to the giant torii gate in Yudonosan Senninzawa. Mt. Yudono being the last mountain traditionally visited by pilgrims in Dewa Sanzan, the food served in Mt. Yudono symbolizes the end of the Dewa Sanzan Pilgrimage: it is called "shojin-otoshi" ("the relief of the training") as opposed to "shojin-ryori" ("the food for spiritual elevation").
Because shojin-otoshi food releases the pilgrim from the dietary restrictions he has to follow during his training, you will find fish in large quantities in Yudono's meals.
For vegan options, please specify your dietary restrictions to Yudonosan Sanrojo 3 days in advance.

Can cater to (please precise your restrictions before ordering):

Vegan
Vegetarian
Pescetarian

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Open hours:

11:00-14:00

Closed on:

From late April to early November

Average price for lunch (1 person):

1800

yen

Telephone number:

0235546131 

Address:

Japan, 〒997-0532 山形県鶴岡市田麦俣六十里山7

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What's to see around:

Honmyoji Temple

Honmyoji Temple

Honmyōji

Meet here the first of the Yudono Sokushinbutsu mummies: Honmyokai-shonin.

Churenji Temple

Churenji Temple

Chūrenji

Where you will find the mummy of Tetsumonkai and a bright pop-art ceiling in the same temple.

Dainichibo Temple

Dainichibo Temple

Dainichibō

The temple that entombs the mummy of Shinnyokai.