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Daiba/
Kanazawa: Izakaya
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One of the better
dining choices in
the Kanazawa station
area, Daiba offers
creative izakaya
fare, with lots of
local Kaga dishes
like jibuni duck
stew and steamed
heirloom Kaga vege-
tables. The sashimi
moriawase is reli-
ably good, and our
two-person serving
(Y2600) was actually
big enough for three
or four. Grilled
chicken and pork are
beautifully pre-
pared, as is the
chicken tsukune and
the excellent dobin
mushi (autumn only).


The sake list is
relatively small but
well-chosen, show-
casing local brewer-
ies. Their special
selection of rare
and limited-edition
super-premium sakes
is a definite draw
for sake connois-
seurs. There's also
a monthly selection
of umeshu (plum
wine) and the usual
shochu and cocktail
options.

The sprawling inter-
ior is modern and
chic, with a gold
color scheme and
nice visual contrast
between rough-hewn
granite surfaces and
polished wood. Many
of the booth areas
are separated by
drop-down screens -
you can still hear
and see your neigh-
bors, but it's a
little more private
and it cuts down on
wafting cigarette
smoke. Budget around
Y4000-6000 for din-
ner and drinks.
Daiba also has sev-
eral other branches
around town.
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Kanazawa, Konoha-
namachi 6-10, Kana-
zawa Miyako Hotel
1F. [The entrance to
the restaurant is
around the back of
the building housing
the Kanazawa Miyako
Hotel. ]
 Open 11:30am-2,
5-11pm (LO) daily.
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