Located next to a fruit and vegetable stand is Wasaizu, a tiny restaurant. (Wasaizu literally means Japanese sized.)
Actually this restaurant and the fruit/veggies stand are related, family operated.
We've passed this place many times and always say we'll check them out, well, we finally did.
Satoshi chose their wagyu stamina set, this came with some rice, a salad, miso soup, a small dish of komatsuna (a kind of chinese cabbage), tsukemono (pickled veggies) and some fruit (banana & kumquats)...800 yen.
His main dish was thinly sliced wagyu sauteed with some mushrooms, carrots and other veggies.
He enjoyed it.
I ordered their yasai agebitashi set, this also came with the same sides like Satoshi's meal...800 yen.
Agebitashi means that the veggies are slightly fried then served in a sauce.
This reminded me of tempura without the batter.
There were all sorts of veggies (chinese yam, eggplant, kabocha, lotus root, eringi & green beans) topped with thinly sliced green onions and grated daikon (long white radish).
Light and delicious.
Except for them allowing smokers, we enjoyed their food, lots of vegetables and reasonable prices...we'll be back.