レストラン Traditional Japanese restaurant in the states

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The other day I was online to see if I could find a restaurant the served the traditional Kyoto style kaiseki in the New York or Philadelphia area. To my surprise I found a place that wasn’t to far. The restaurant is called Fuji and it’s in Haddonfield, NJ. My fiancé and I went there mostly because I saw they have chawan mushi which I was craving but can never find in most Japanese restaurants that mostly serve sushi and tenpura. We didn’t try the kaiseki since it was $80 and wanted to first see if the place was any good. But I can say in the end it was excellent. Even the waitress wore a kimono. Everything was amazing and I was more then happy with my chawan mushi that I was craving so bad. So I can’t wait to go back and try the kaiseki!

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