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classic Japanese course/relaxed Japanese dining

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o_nakaniwa_a.pngOmoriya is just one minute’s walk from Ishinomaki Station. It opened its doors for business in 1893, and its menu ranges from traditional simple Japanese fare to top of the range gourmet cuisine courses using fresh local produce. The 2011 earthquake and tsunami razed the building, but it reopened on the original site on January 20th 2013. Its new ethos is to effectively use the space in the restaurant, and to retain a truly Japanese feeling in the modern architecture. The newly rebuilt Omoriya building comprises the restaurant itself with a casual dining room and rooms for more elegant traditional courses, rented space for tenant businesses, and the Reborn Hall, which can be used as a venue for larger parties and even live performances. The restaurant’s entrance on the first floor leads to the main second floor area decorated in a chic dark brown giving it a modern Japanese feel. While the casual walk-in part feels relaxed, the décor is anything but. For classic gourmet courses, one private room is specifically for small parties with few people, while the larger room can be partitioned by screens in a number of layouts to suit the number of parties and diners. The third floor Reborn Hall can hold up to 60 guests seated at round tables, and converted to a concert hall can take an audience of 80. The hall also has a projector and screen making it also appropriate for speeches, presentations and meetings. There is a grand piano, which is ideal for jazz and chanson mini concerts among other live performances. The newly built interior feels clean and airy. The menu for traditional Japanese gourmet courses changes monthly according to available ingredients, so this is decided by price rather than content. It is always a joy to look forward to not only the next course of food itself with its distinctive flavor and colors, but also the presentation and type of tableware and dishes used, all selected according to the season. The casual walk-in restaurant area offers such meals as soba and udon noodles, sushi, rice with tempura and meat toppings and also a variety of complete set meals. The lunch sets are filling but reasonably priced, and the jiba meshi saisai series offers a number of interesting local specialties. There is no counter, only tables, giving customers a more relaxed and comfortable dining experience.

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o_kaiseki.pngClassic Japanese gourmet course
with its seasonally inspired diverse menu, this exquisite dining experience shouldn’t be missed.

o_kaisendon.pngSeafood rice bowl …2,600yen
one of the more popular dining choices, this dazzling variety of the freshest sashimi expertly prepared on a bowl of fluffy rice could only be eaten by the sea where fish is at its best.

o_oohira.pngOhira udon …1,080yen
udon noodles topped with chunky vegetables and fishcakes which are then smothered in a thick soy-sauce based glaze. This dish is said to have originated in Ishinomaki, and will warm you to the core on a cold winter’s day.

o_tenzaru.pngTen’oroshi …830yen
cold noodles topped with freshly fried tempura, over which a tasty chilled soup is poured. A generous portion of grated giant radish completes this refreshing dish.

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English-speaking staff available, but not always present. Please request in advance.
English menus available. Knives, forks & spoons available in addition to chopsticks.
Most seating is table & chair style.

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1 min walk from Ishinomaki Station

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Omoriya

Cuisine:
classic Japanese course/relaxed Japanese dining
Address:
12-25, Kokuchō, Ishinomaki-shi, Miyagi, 986-0825
TEL・FAX:
0225-22-4117
TEL・FAX:
0225−22-5815
Opening Hours:
【relaxed Japanese dining】
Lunch 11:00〜15:00(last order15:00)
Dinner 17:00〜20:00(last order20:00)
Closed on:
twice a month(irregular holidays)
Capacity:
up to 80 persons
Smoking:
partly permitted
Accepted Credit Cards:
VISA
Parking:
no parking
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