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Inagiku takes great pains to source only the best ingredients, even using water from Mt. Fuji for cooking rice, and prices are correspondingly expensive. That said, the restaurant has a big menu and there are a range of options. You could have a light meal of chirashi sushi (sashimi over a bowl of rice with vinegar) for RMB200 (US$32) or, if the sky’s the limit, there’s a high-end chef’s choice kaiseki menu that costs RMB3,988 (US$633). But most likely, the meal price per person will come out to about RMB500-600 (US$80-$95) for a good amount of food and drink. At lunch, there are no less than 19 different business sets, ranging in price from RMB130 (US$20) for chicken over rice all the way up to RMB898 (US$142) for the premier beef set.