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Takayama Restaurant Bar

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We love Japanese food at Genki snow. Like LOVE it. A LOT. Our name is Japanese! So, when we found out Takayama was opening a few years ago, we got pretty excited.

With a traditional Izakaya style menu and feel, as soon as we walked in we were pretty happy! As you start to navigate the menu you realise you are in for a treat! They basically have anyone covered from traditional Japanese sushi to ramen, soba and chicken yakitori! We are a big fan of the drinks menu as well.

Sapporo is on tap which is amazing because Sapporo is amazing but the fun really starts when you turn over to the signature cocktails and spirits. Their cocktails are verging on art rather then a beverage and all bring in some Japanese flair with high end cocktail bar refinement. They also have a banger selection of Japanese whisky and Sake which is perfect to accompany any meal.

Good for a romantic night or a group as all of their menu is designed to share. Also, if you want a very Japanese night, ask to sit at the bar and have a true Izakaya experience. Don’t forget to book ahead as it can get very busy!  Located in the top side of Nuggets it’s right in the heart of town and easy to find! They also don’t mind serving drinks and snacks, so it’s perfect for a couple of drinks and some edamame!

Takayama Restaurant Bar is 100% Genki approved. Photo’s courtesy of their Facebook page.

Opening Hours

Closed Sunday and Monday –  Open other nights but bookings are essential

Check out their FaceBook for more details

Price Per Person

$20 – $50


You can walk in but it gets very busy. Book ahead to save the dissapointment.

Booking on 02 6456 1133 or check out their Face Book for more


Japanese – Great Cocktails – Great Beer on tap

David is the co-founder of Genki Snow - He likes nothing better than long walks on the beach and poetry and in his spare times explores the world, snowboard in hand.

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