Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Manazuru-machi including Unisei, Yoi, Iwachu, Manazurusakanaza, Fukusushi, Maruiri Suisan, Minato Shokudo, Chobo Harachu, Shotokumaru, Taishu Seafood Daimatsu
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3 based on 45 reviews
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4 based on 11 reviews
This restaurant was one of the best fish restaurants I have ever been visited in my life - they serve such fresh and excellent quality fish dishes! Wow!! The owner which runs the restaurant also runs fish brokerage business as well as production of fish products explains why they can serve so great dishes. Located just next to Kifune Shrine (è²´è¹ç¥ç¤¾) and near the town's fish market. It is, to be honest, a bit difficult to find the restaurant. Inside the restaurant is rather simple though the restaurant staff are kind and friendly.My friend brought me and my wife to this place for my (early) Birthday Dinner and we must say we had enjoyed the foods very much!! For non-Japanese speakers, this place would be difficult and advise to go with someone who can Speak Japanese!! Also the menu is available only in Japanese. They have a day.'s special as well so do ask for the day's specials.As they prepare fish dishes after they have orders, it takes time - so be aware! Though it would worth wait some time before ordered dishes come to you. Since we went there rather late (around 16:00), there was no other customer.We had a "sashimi" menu for JPY3,400- / per head and that was a big menu - we nearly failed to finish everything.Fishes picked by the owner for this "Sashimi" menu were the day's catch from the area and very fresh - meaning that most of them were alive.(If anyone has a problem to eat still moving fish, please avoid choosing this kind of menu.) We had live "Squid (ççè³)", "Red Gurnard (ã»ãã¼ã)ï¼"Ishi-dai", "Stone Fish (ãªã³ã¼), and "Horse Mackerel (çé¯µ), with grilled fish and "Turbinidae(æ èº)".We were so happy that we definitely want to go back to this restaurant if and when we got to this area.MARUIRI SUISAN (ä¸¸å ¥æ°´ç£ï¼Manazuru-cho Manatsuru 1117-10Ashigara-Shimo-GunKanagawa 259-0201Tel: +81 465 68 13 30(No Website)5 min by taxi from JR East Manazuru Station
4 based on 14 reviews
It doesn't come fresher than this. Or more unusual. This is not Tokyo sashimi and sushi. I ate fish I had never heard of, fish that were caught off the Izu Peninsula (and only an hour's drive from Tokyo) only hours earlier, fish grilled and served in soups, turbaned conches bubbling in their shells, or raw in sushi with their livers on top, that were unlike anything I had tasted before. We were taken by Japanese friends, otherwise would never have known the place. But it's just two steps off of the Manazuru train station. What are you waiting for?
3 based on 35 reviews
Sakanaza offers seafood in cafeteria atmosphere with one or two meat menu. All-you-can-drink soft drink bar for JPY200 with food menu orders. Set lunch menu is in huge portion on Japanese standard of teishoku, but priced for tourists; but still, my feeling is that we saved maybe JPY500 each compared to famous places nearby. Imagine you have a standard oyster teishoku of two small oysters sashimi, two deep fried oysters on a pile of shredded cabbage, condiments, rice and miso soup, plus a deep fried mackerel filet the size of your hand, all for JPY1,700. My friend had bara-chirashi teishoku, or rice bowl with various sashimi and egg roll all cut in small dices. It, too, was served with deep fried mackerel filet.Food is good, not fancy but good and fish are fresh. Donât expect too much as you are in a fishermanâs wharf, AAA maguro is shipped to big towns. If you know fish better as foodstuff, chances are you will be happy to have exotic ingredients that people in a fishing town enjoys from time to time. I enjoyed sharing the diced sashimi of fish intestine on bara-chirashi which my friend thought was seashell.If you are an Instagramer, go to Yoi, a small seafood restaurant sharing the parking lot facing to Sakanaza. Their menu looks much nicer with Japanese style arrangement on prettier dishes and cups. Price looked similar but canât tell as we did not visited. The view from Sakanaza is dominated by a small fishing port with wave breakers killing the ocean view.
4 based on 14 reviews
Great local restaurant in Manazuru, Izu area. Worth a visit for lunch or for dinner. About Y2000 for lunch and Y5000 for dinner for one adult. 50 years in operation as a local restaurant. Official license to fish in the waters, right in front of your eyes. Enjoy! For more, check "hiddenjapanguide". Restaurant info as well as local attractions.
4 based on 19 reviews
I grew up by the ocean, I fish, I snorkel, I cook fish, I like fresh seafood, and I like it even more if it is cheap.If you are like me, you will probably enjoy the fresh seafood this place serves. Located at the Manazuru port, this tiny fish joint (it's not a restaurant but more like a hut) offers excellent sashimi (likely the best sashimi I have tasted in a while) an it is cheap. I took my wife and a 5 yr old son to this place for dinner, and initially the family who runs this place was not very friendly. We ordered beers, sashimi ("funamori"), grilled fish, and a "bakudan donburi (sashimi, natto, pickles over rice in a bowl)". As we settled in drinking beer and enjoyed "otoshi" (which is a free appetizer served to every customer who orders alcohol. This time it was "ika no shiokara (salt preserved squid), we chatted with the owners and they ended up nice enough people. When the dishes came, we were blown away by the freshness and the flavour of sashimi, to an extent that we almost regretted not ordering more sashimi instead of grilled fish. Wow, it was that good! We paid less than 4,000 yen.
4 based on 58 reviews
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