Service: Very friendly
Facilities: Great general cleanliness
Strong points: Large choice of dishes changing every month. Healthy food. Nice bread and confectioneries.
Mujijirushi/無地印 in Gofuku-cho, Aoi Ku, Shizuoka City, is known mainly for its vast range of reasonably-priced articles ranging from towels to whole beds.
But it is also a place worth visiting for a very healthy lunch!
The entrance is located on the basement floor, left of the elevator as you go down.
One can have a good peek at the interior through the large window panes!
Have a good look at their menu!
Great cleanliness and smiling staff!
A very tempting range of freshly baked breads and viennoiseries/Danish pastries!
The system is based on a guided service, meaning that the staff will serve your choice on your tray as you choose your dishes!
This is what I chose for the day for only 980 yen!
The lunch tray consisted of two “salads” and two “main dishes”.
Incidentally, the staff will guide you accordingly if you have any allergies or priorities!
You have a choice between home-baked bread or rice!
It also includes a tasty vegetable soup!
Mackerel simmered with ratatouille-style vegetables.
Stewed taro, mushrooms, burdock root and beef.
Very healthy mixed salad!
Even my big appetite was satisfied for lunch!
There are many more possibilities including soups and some very interesting desserts and drinks!
And it is entirely non-smoking!
Meal MUJI (MUJI JIRUSHI)
Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Gofuku-cho (on the right past Aoba Koen Avenue)
Opening hours: 11:00~20:00
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