Discover the best restaurant in Toba, Japan including Nishimura Shokudo, Kuroshiodainingu, Sazanami Toba Branch, Tenbinya Main Shop, Nanakoshichaya, Ise Ebi Kaisen Mushi Ryouri Kagetsu, Takama, Cafe Lounge, Kazuei, Ama Hut Hachimankamado
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3.5 based on 33 reviews
Rather expensive if you can't read Japanese menu. They only have pics for expensive items. So we couldn't order other items except for uni and abalone rice bowls which costs us 3450yen.
A plate of 5 grilled oysters cost 600 yen but they tasted very good indeed. Affordable!
4 based on 78 reviews
Hatsumode or new Year Visit to temples is best done in Ise Jingu. A side trip to nearby attractions in Toba can be free if you get a Meitetsu return trip ticket for Ise and nearby places at a bargain price. One way to go about is to have a taste of Ise bay's best seafood offerings. We were introduced to this restaurant on Mr. Cabby's advise...
This is one of the best ways to get you Ise Ebi Ikizukuri (Pacific lobster live-sashimi), and all the best seafoods you can muster including oysters, giant tiger prawns, sazae anf may more...
Ise ebi head is best done with white miso soup...truly warms the tummy after sashimi.
4 based on 22 reviews
Went there a couple of weeks ago, it's a famous restaurant for local.
Food is just excellent and quite cheap.
It costs about 3000JPY for two adults w/o drinks.
Worth to try if you're looking for nice seafood restaurant in Toba.
But not sure if they have English menu.
4 based on 17 reviews
This traditional Japanese udon restaurant incorporated local produce into its cooking. It produces its soy sauce for use in its food preparation. For more elaborate kaiseki meals, you need to order ahead. To my surprise, this place opens early at 5am for breakfast and closes after lunch. We had lunch there after Mikimoto Island.
4 based on 22 reviews
ise-ebi and abalone japanese cuisine restaurant We pick up the very fresh ise-ebi from a fish tank,and it is cooked immediately. Cooking it in a bamboo steamer,it try to escape!And its shell changes to very vivid red.Don`t miss and enjoy it! ISE-EBI course[Middle of september-Early in May] AWABI course[Middle of May-Middle of September]
4 based on 21 reviews
4.5 based on 22 reviews
I'm not sure about the negroni cocktail, but the beer was cold and the snacks were delicious. Staff were very attentive!
4.5 based on 13 reviews
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Ama Hut Experience Ama divers use this hut for taking meals, changing their clothes, and warming themselves after diving. Visitors can meet real ama divers and feel the atmosphere of their authentic lives. Through the Ama Hut Experience, visitors can enjoy a meal prepared with fresh local seafood and talk with ama divers. The meals range from 2160JPY (tea time meal) to 9720JPY (luxury lunch meal). Extra seafood dishes such as spiny lobster, abalone, etc., are also available. Ama divers broil shellfish with a charcoal fire in front of visitors, while giving interesting talks about their style of living and diving. After having a meal, visitors can enjoy an Ama Costume Play, dancing a folklore dance with ama divers, wearing a traditional ama costume, which will make unforgettable memories for visitors. Ama divers in Osatsu are so powerful, cheerful and filled with great hospitality, that they make visitors happy and relaxed. Please take this opportunity to explore ama culture in its homeland Japan! Hachiman also provides: - Free Wi-Fi - Wheelchair accessibility - Dog-friendly area ―Visitors can take a meal with their dog at the open air table covered with a roof. - Halal/Vegetarian meal - Prayer rooms for Muslim people and Wudu From Tokyo to Nagoya: 1 hr 40 min [JR Shinkansen Nozomi] From Nagoya to Toba: 1 hr 30 min [JR or Kintetsu Express] From Kyoto to Toba: 2 hr 20 min [Kintetsu Express] From Namba (Osaka) to Toba: 2 hr [Kintetsu Express] Our free shuttle bus runs from Toba station to our Ama hut Hachiman From Toba to Hachiman: Approx. 25 min From Nagoya to Hachiman: Approx. 2 hr *Please ask to us if you need a more detailed map of Osatsu.
We had lunch at the hut that was extremely hot in summer of about 35~36 degrees. The amas were very friendly and grilled the seafood for us. All customers had the set lunch. Some of the seafood was tasty. The additional abalones we ordered were...MoreThank you for your wonderful messages. Please come again We'll be waiting for you.
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