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From next Thursday (December 15th), we’ll start a special campaign for the next few months. I can’t say too much about it yet, but it is going to be fun. We want to thank you, all our customers, for coming this year and wish you a merry Christmas and a good 2012. In a few days, more news on this blog or drop by at Bondiya.

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Normal opening times Bondiya;
Lunch; Thu, Fri ,Sun, Mon, Tue from 11:30 until (L.O.) 13:30
Dinner; Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon, from 18:00 until (L.O.) 23:30

!!November 22 (Tue), 23 (Wed), and 23 (Thu) we are CLOSED!!
!!December 27 (Tue), 28 (Wed), OPEN!!
!!December 30 (Fri), 31 (Sat) and January 1 (Sun), CLOSED (osechi)!!
!!January 2 (Mon), 3 (Tue) Lunch closed, Dinner OPEN!!

If you are planning a bonenkai, Christmas party or any other event, please make a reservation. Call 0596-29-1168.
We have special private party rates including nomihoudai and food. Please contact us for more details.

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A few weeks ago it was Sean’s birthday and he had 2 parties on 2 different days at Bondiya. Happy birthday, sir. Both days ended with quite a few beers and karaoke. I’m already looking forward to your next birthday.
Here also some random food pictures I took.


Last Tuesday, it was Tomomi and Ryota’s wedding. We used to work together in Bon Vivant and Ryota was one of my first Japanese friends when I came to Ise in 2002. Both Tomomi and Ryota worked for years at Bondiya and Ryota now produces salt that he sells all over Japan. This “homemade” seasalt is prepared in a traditional way and will soon be available at Bondiya, with more details about it as well.
The wedding party was at Bout-en-train and all the old staff from Bon Vivant was there. It was great to see everybody again and catch up. Some people totally changed their proffesion, but most of them are still working in restaurants. Ryota and Tomomi, congratulations and a lot of love.
After the party and loads of good wine, we had a third party at Poni anela, the wine bar close to Geku shrine (community doro) on the second floor. Miho san has a nice selection of wines and her place has a great atmosphere. We had 2 more bottles there before heading home.





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Last Sunday was the annual dance classes performance from Y’s Laboratory at Misono Heart Plaza and after the show, the staff and some of the students came for a little finish drink. Of course, for dance teachers, no party without a little dance, and yes, soon enough the guitars came out of their cases and everybody was clapping, dancing, singing and laughing. It was really noisy and I hope the neighbours could sleep, but it was a lot of fun.

Alicia, the Flamenco teacher, just left, after a year in Japan. We’ll miss you. Good luck to you and Ramon.


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It finally cooled down a bit. Those hot, humid days are getting less frequent and it is actually a bit cold tonight. Fall has started. There was this big typhoon a few days ago with loads of rain and we had a little flooding at Bondiya again, but not too serious. With the summer behind us, we are getting ready for a new season with new things at Bondiya. A special wine weekend is coming up, a few new dishes on the menu and October will have a new lunch menu again. Also, we are slowly starting to think about Christmas, bonenkais and osechi. We are building up to the end of the year.
If you are planning an end of the year party or just a party with your friends or collegues, think about Bondiya. We have very interesting private parties for bigger groups on good value. Menus start from 2000 yen (15 people or more), 2500, 3000, 3500,etc, and all you can drink offers as well. Please contact us for reservations, inquiries or availability.
Osechi will be another big thing for us. Every year we sell these new years boxes for 13.500 yen. They are stuffed with all kinds of Bondiya favorites accompanied by a baquette and optional Bondiya wine.
Soon more information and pictures about osechi.

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