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Restaurant Hokusai
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Exclusive Japanese cuisine featuring tempura, chirashi-sushi, variety "lunch boxes," udon in the World Bazaar.
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Average Reviewer Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 1 ( Displaying Reviews: 1 - 1 )
4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   March 30, 2004
Reviewer: MegaDuck Mission Viejo, California     April 18, 2004
Restaurant Hokusai is located towards the end of the World Bazaar. Being a Japanese restaurant, most of the items look very tempting. My wife and I both ended up ordering the "Specials". There were two and we both got separate ones. The box I orders (which cost around ~$20 US) consisted of Miso Soup, Tempura, Rice, various cooked fishes, potato salad, vegetables, and a sweet pastry dessert. All the items were nicely served in a bento box. My wife got a beef noodle dish (which cost slightly less than mine, ~$15 US). It consisted of Miso Soup, a huge bowl of noodles topped with beef slices, salad, and again the same sweet pastry dessert.

Other choices on the menu consisted of various traditional Japanese dishes. At first glance, the prices might seem a little on the higher side for the park, however, the food portions are great, and the environment makes the experience more worth it.

The table service there was excellent. Waitress came by regularly to fill our tea and make sure everything was okay. In addition, they sat us right next to the window, with an excellent view of Cinderella's castle. The spacing between the tables were good to (in case you need to bring a stroller or have someone with a wheelchair. There is also an elevator to the 2nd floor if you need to use it).

Perhaps one of the great pleasantries of this restaurant was the nice calm atmosphere where you can rest and enjoy while witnessing first hand the hustle and bustle outside. Secondly, the restaurant has its own seldom used bathroom on the 2nd floor. (Which in Tokyo Disneyland means no waiting).
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