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sasicka | May 11, 201602:41 PM     1

We'll be travelling with 4yo twins through Kyoto, Okayama, Kurashiki, Kochi, Kanazawa and maybe Ise / Toba. We'll mostly eat at the train stations for convenience and we'll have some nice dinners at the ryokans, but we'd love to get some good sushi as well. Could you recommend a sushi place (possibly for lunch) where we could take our kids without disturbing other guests in any of the above places?

Also, we've actually never been to a yakitori place in Japan and I think it's something the kids might eat wih us, so could you recommend a place that would be really good taste wise and would allow for small kids?

We won't have dinners included in Okayama or Kanazawa, so if you know of a place that would allow kids for dinner and would be very good taste wise, please tell me.

Thanks very much!

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