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Seafood in Mie

With over 1,000 km of coastline, it’s not surprising that Mie prefecture is internationally renowned for its seafood, with a reputation for freshness and excellence. Oysters, sea urchin, sashimi, lobster; often caught by hand by Mie’s famous female divers. In Mie prefecture you can truly enjoy the bounty of the ocean.

  • Ise Hana

    Ise Hana

    Ise Hana

    “Happiness brought about by eating” is Ise Hana’s concept. Hana is a bit out of the way when you’re visiting Ise, in the residential Miyamachi area, but don’t let that put you off. This wonderful mid-range seafood restaurant prides itself on creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere, a place where you can comfortably while away your time. Indeed the restaurant is beautifully laid out in a traditional Japanese manner, with lots of natural light and a view of a Japanese style garden. Try the kamameshi (kettle rice) for a wholesome and filling lunch.

    Ise Hana

    Ise Hana

  • Restaurant Tanaka

    Restaurant Tanaka

    Restaurant Tanaka

    In southeast Mie on the Shima-hanto peninsula, you would expect a city surrounded on three sides by the sea to produce fantastically fresh seafood, and Shima does not disappoint. If you are stopping by the city do not miss the gem that is Restaurant Tanaka. This reasonably priced seafood establishment is popular amongst locals, which is always a good sign. The majority of ingredients are sourced locally with the freshness you would expect from a seaside town. The menu is large and varied but try the sashimi if you really want a treat.

    Restaurant Tanaka

    Restaurant Tanaka

  • Yamayasu Suisan

    Yamayasu Suisan

    Yamayasu Suisan

    Across the Shima peninsula, the Pearl Road stretches for almost 24 km, covering some excellent views of the Pacific Ocean. Follow this road southwards out of the Toba town for a ten-minute drive and you with find the award-winning restaurant Yamayasu Suisan. Here you can enjoy all you can eat oysters as well as all you can pack oysters to take away. Yamayasu Suisan prides itself on the freshness, cleanliness and taste of its oysters, in an authentic and atmospheric location, for a reasonable price.

  • Yokichiya

    Yokichiya

    Yokichiya

    Want to eat oysters to your heart’s content? Another Toba based restaurant, Yokichiya offers great deals on all you can eat oysters. Don’t assume that quantity means you have to sacrifice quality however, Yokichiya are very selective in their cultivation of oysters, as well as farming the majority of their ingredients themselves. They have seasonal menus and deals, so try one of these to save money and feel in tune with the calendar of the ocean.

  • Buy it fresh

    Buy it fresh

    Buy it fresh

    If you’re lucky enough to be staying somewhere with a kitchen or BBQ, or you decide to cook out on the beach (recommended!) you can always buy your own seafood at nearly any small fishing town along the coasts. The prices are reasonable, it doesn’t come any fresher, and we’re willing to bet that you’ll find plenty of fish and other sea creatures that you’ve never even seen before.

    Kuroshio dining Ise Hana
    Address
    Mie Pref. Iseshi Misonochounagaya 3097
    Phone
    0596209087
    料理工房たなか
    Address
    三重県伊勢市岩渕2-1-20
    Phone
    0596-21-0135
    Yamayasusuisan
    Address
    Mie Pref. Tobashi Uramurachou 1530
    Phone
    0599325500
    Yokichiya
    Address
    Mie Pref. Tobashi Uramurachou 1414-15
    Phone
    0599325520
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