A reader had trouble finding this place. Do we need better directions or is it closed?  Leave comments if you can help us.  – Sarah, Dec 2013

The Bamiyan Chinese restaurant chain (featuring a peach logo) is popular because of its family atmosphere, delicious food and affordable prices. Three are near Yokota. Monday through Saturday, a lunch set for ¥580 is featured (children’s set is ¥480). Equally delicious are the Bamiyan noodles (¥380), gyoza (¥230), and the dinners ¥400-700). For an additional ¥150, you can add steamed rice, Chinese pickles and soup to your dinner. And, amazingly, unlimited self-serve drinks are only ¥150. The picture menu is in English. The last order is taken immediately before closing. Hours: 10am-2am weekdays (open 9am weekends).
DIRECTIONS, Hamura Location: Exit the Fussa gate and go straight, across one set of tracks. At the “Y” intersection, go to the right and turn right at the 2nd light. You are now very near Fussa Station, on a street called Yanagi Dori. Seiyu is on the left. Drive another 3.7 km. The restaurant is on the right and has a large parking lot. Telephone: 0425-70-7068. Address: 2-14-1 Sakaecho, Hamura.
DIRECTIONS, East Gate location: turn right out of the East Gate and turn left at the first light, turn right at the 5 way intersection (not hard right), turn left into Daiei parking. Bamiyan is located next to Daiei.

One Response to Bamiyan

  1. Hi,

    All of the Bamiyan restaurants you have listed here have closed. I guess Skylark which is the parent company closed them for economic reasons. Anyway with that said; my wife and I have always been fans of Bamiyan. Their Gyoza is rated as some of the best in the Tokyo area. Although most of the Bamiyans in this area have closed, there is one within minutes driving from Yokota on the Shin Ome Kaido, which my wife and I frequent on average 2 or 3 times a month.
    Go out the Terminal Gate and turn right onto Rt 16. Move over into the left lane heading toward Mizuho. At the point where Rt 16 goes into the underpass keep to the road which goes to the left. At the second traffic light from this point get into the right turn lane and turn right. This access road will merge with the Shin Ome Kaido. Stay in the left lane and almost immediately on your left you will see the Bamiyan restaurant on your left. They have ample parking. I hope my directions are clear.

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