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Cafe Berry Opens Next to Ninomiya House

Author: Penelope Canan, Issue: July 2005, Topic: Bars, Restaurants, Location: Tsukuba City

Note: This cafe has since closed.

If you like cozy, low lighting, a friendly, funky atmosphere, good music (jazz, rock & roll, blues), and fresh, healthy food, you should check out the new Cafe Berry. Owners Tomoko and Masakazu Hirano offer all of the above from 11:30 am to 11:30 pm daily, except Wednesdays. Berry is located just east of Nishi-odori, across from Ninomiya House.

In these summer months you will be welcomed by the European style outdoor Cafe area. You can enjoy hamburger lunch set specials (750-1200 yen). There is the Hamburger Japanese set (wafu) with rice, consomme and a green salad; Italian Hamburger set #1 with fresh tomato, shredded mozzarella cheese, rice, pickled vegetables, and a green salad; and, Italian Hamburger set #2 with stir fried fresh vegetables, and a green salad.

The Hiranos have created a sweet, gentle and fun atmosphere. The music is exceptional. All in all, Berry provides a relaxing space, and one that welcomes foreign people. See you there!

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