In the maze of food shops and restaurants on the seventh floor of Granduo at Tachikawa Station, we came across Kusa No Hana, just when we were in the mood for Korean cuisine! We didn't have to wait too long before a receptionist ushered us to an empty table. The ingenious ghost-like hanging lights above the tables were what caught my fancy aside from its homey ambience. For less than 3,000 yen, separate sets of Bibimbap and ready-to-eat Samgyeopsal with a variety of side dishes -- including, of course my favorite, kimchi -- satisfied our cravings.
Simply wild, weird and wacky!