Address：1-40 Hanasaki-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama City
・Tuesday to Friday, the day before holiday: 17:00～23:00 （Food L.O. 22:30 Drink L.O. 22：30）
・Saturday: 14:00～23:00 （Food L.O. 22:30 Drink L.O. 22：30）
・Sunday and holiday:14:00～22:00 （Food L.O. 21:30 Drink L.O. 21：30）
Introduction, Recommendations and Barrier Free Functions
Kiki Kirin’s mother opened this restaurant six years after War ended, and it’s been around for over 65 years. They are particular about sake and seafood.
Renovated a few years ago, it’s clean and the stairs are wide and the lavatories are spacious. With a variety of space and seats, it is used among families with children, friends and for social reasons.
Below are recommended points:
・You can go in without worry, and it’s inexpensive. They have a variety of dishes, and they serve food that go well with the seasons.
・The menu comes with photos.
Although there is a gap of two stairs on the first floor, they assist you as much as possible when wheelchair users come in to the restaurant.
The staff said ‘lots of disabled people come here. I guess it’s because there are lots of public organisations near here. We haven’t had much trouble since they’re with volunteers. Please come again and again in the future.’ ‘When those in need of assistance wish to come in, we will try to meet their demands as much as possible if they contact us in advance.’
Although there are quite a few tangible barriers, instead of turning down the disabled, we were able to see that they want to let us in as much as they can.
Barrier Free Information
Easily accessible to the place, building, shop with wheelchairs because there is no gap, below 2 cm if any, or because there is a ramp.
・There is a gap of two stairs, but the staff’s assistance is available.
The entrance easy to go in through.
・Door with a button.
Equipped with western style toilets.
・There is a gap of a stair at the entrance.
・Accepts guide dogs：The restaurant would like to accept them. However, while they understand that the dogs have undergone training, they have to hesitate considering they deal with food and thinking about other customers.