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This 50 year old ryokan is considered one of the best in all of Japan, but its secret micro-restaurant, accessed through a discreet side entrance, serves up light kaiseki tempura. The best seat in the house, at the corner near the entrance, ensures the best views of the chef working his magic amid the vats of bubbling oil. Expect novel and seasonal creations like baby corn, tomatoes, and mountain herbs alongside tried-and-true classics like fish, shrimp, lotus root, and sweet potato. Book ahead, as seat sell out fast.