浜長

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classic Japanese course/Japanese cuisine/casual dining bar

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Hama-chō is a 2-minute drive from the Ishinomaki Kanan exit of the Sanriku Expressway (exit no. 11). The restaurant opened in 1980. It was destroyed by the Great Japan East Earthquake and ensuing tsunami, and reopened on July 2nd 2012 in its current location. The location may have changed, but Hama-chō’s dedication to serving top quality food made from local ingredients that reflect the changing of the seasons remains as it always was. The owner-chef puts his heart and soul into his cuisine, always striving to provide customers with a delicious and enjoyable experience. The restaurant’s focus changes according to the time of day, with set meals at lunchtime, whereas in the evening customers can choose between full meal courses and individual dishes to enjoy while drinking a glass of something. The newly rebuilt restaurant’s private rooms are separated from the main area, allowing customers the chance to talk freely without worrying about other people. The owner could have chosen to pursue profit by cramming in more seating, but prefers to put priority on the comfort and enjoyment of his customers. The first floor includes a counter seating 8, and three private rooms in both table & chair, and booth seating styles. The second floor is furnished in traditional Japanese style with tatami matting, and has a private room suitable for customers with small children, and a larger room for parties up to 25 that may be used for all kinds of occasions. The typical seafood restaurant layout means that from the counter, customers can see a long glass case filled with a cavalcade of fresh seasonal seafood and sashimi waiting to be eaten. From here you can watch the master at work as he creates his gourmet masterpieces, or maybe you would prefer to relax in a private room with friends and have the completed dishes brought to you. It goes without saying that the restaurant unreservedly recommends the fresh and delicious seasonal seafood on offer. Customers may choose from a varied menu, offering not only uncooked fare such as sashimi and seafood rice bowls, but also set meals and grilled and fried dishes. Other popular items include kama-meshi (rice cooked with savory ingredients) and eel, a little-known menu item popular with regulars. Also, be sure to check the monthly specials page in the menu!

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◆Irodori lunch set(requires prior reservation)
…2,160yen
tempura, savory egg custard, 2 sushi, mini soba or udon noodles, 2 seasonal dishes, mini salad, dessert

◆Chef’s recommended course
◆Tempura
Kama-meshi (rice cooked with savory ingredients)
◆Grilled eel
◆Grilled kichiji rockfish
◆Grilled king crab

◆Grilled tuna belly
◆Barbecued ox tongue
◆Sautéed scallops
◆Sautéed clams
◆Grilled gindara sablefish neck
◆Savory Japanese omelet

◆Food to go with drinks: savory egg custard with sea urchin, seasonal stew, seasonal tempura, fried crabmeat

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Knives, forks & spoons available in addition to chopsticks.
First floor seating is table & chair style.

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5 min by car from Hebita Station

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Hama-chō

Cuisine:
classic Japanese course/Japanese cuisine/casual dining bar
Address:
4-15-15, Megumino, Ishinomaki-shi, Miyagi, 986-0861
TEL:
0225-93-5150
FAX:
0225-94-5670
Opening Hours:
Lunch 12:00〜14:00(last order 14:00)
Dinner Tuesday - Saturday 17:00〜21:00(last order 21:00)Sunday 17:00〜20:00(last order 20:00)
Closed on:
Mondays
Capacity:
up to 25 persons
Smoking:
smoking permitted
Accepted Credit Cards:
VISA、MASTER、JCB、AMEX、Diners
駐車場:
8〜10 vehicles
URL:

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