Maree de Chaya
Hayama: French
Maree de Chaya (Hayama: French)
Maree de Chaya
Open noon-2:30, 5:30-9pm (LO). Closed Mondays.
Sun: Open Sundays

A waterfront restaurant of note serving top-quality French cuisine with a beautiful view of the bay, Izu and Fuji-san from its upstairs dining rooms. The ground floor is a dining bar, with good snacks and live jazz on Saturday nights. Beware the dress code (no shorts for men or thong sandals on anyone). Dinner runs around Y6,000-8,000 per person.

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Hayama-machi, Horiuchi 24-2.
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