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classic Japanese course

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A 15-minute walk from Ishinomaki Station, Takikawa started business in 1914. The restaurant was destroyed by the 2011 tsunami and reopened for business on June 7th 2013, changing its former traditional atmosphere for a more modern and relaxed ambience in which customers can enjoy its classic Japanese cuisine. The chef emphasizes his commitment to his profession, and the importance of both using and preserving the local produce of the area, a feeling that has only increased after the trials of the 2011 disaster. The customer enters through a large glass door to the spacious main area containing table booths, with a counter area and private rooms to the left. To the right is the staircase, floored with tatami matting. The second floor has more private rooms on the right, and a hall for larger parties on the left. Windows look out to calming views of bamboo trees. The pale wood and lighting of the restaurant give a soft, light atmosphere for the customer to be welcomed by the cheerful staff, while the unassuming chef provides delicious morsels of classic Japanese cuisine. Takikawa’s flagship menu is threefold: kama-meshi, freshwater eel cuisine, and the full classic Japanese course. Kama-meshi is rice boiled together with savory ingredients such as vegetables, meat or seafood, making a delicious and filling meal. The chef uses high quality locally produced Hitomebore rice and boils it in traditional iron urns. The restaurant uses only domestic eel from Japan in its dishes. The soft, fluffy, white flesh of the eel is coated in a special salty-sweet savory sauce and grilled to crispy perfection. The sauce itself is a traditional secret recipe that has had fresh ingredients continually added to it for nigh on 100 years, and miraculously survived the tsunami. One could say that the eel is a must try!

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t_harako2.pngKama-meshi
rice boiled together with a selection of savory ingredients in a small metal urn. Takikawa uses the best of everything in this warming dish, from the celebrated Nanbu-tetsu urn to the high quality local ingredients that lie on the excellent Hitomebore brand rice, letting their delicious flavors seep down into the rice below as they cook.

t_unagi.png◆Eel
Takikawa uses only freshwater eel from Japan. Experience the aroma and flavor of delicious eel barbecued in Takikawa’s special sauce, a flavor that has continued for 100 years, and was not even destroyed by the 2011 tsunami.

t_kaiseki.png◆Classic Japanese course
the Ishinomaki area is a veritable treasure trove of ingredients, from the agricultural produce of the plains, made fertile by the Kitakami River, the largest river in the Tohoku area, to the bounty of the sea, both from the ria coastline and the offshore Kinkasan Ocean fishing ground, one of the greatest in the world. Takikawa uses the freshest ingredients and draws out their natural flavors in its cuisine. It goes without saying that the sashimi is exquisite, and the restaurant’s boiled and grilled dishes and tempura have also been singled out for praise. Since the earthquake and tsunami, the restaurant has seen an increase in groups coming to eat lunch. The fondest wish of the owners is for as many people as possible to come and see Ishinomaki as it is now, and to experience the taste of Takikawa, which they have worked so hard to preserve amid hard trials.

◆Rice boiled with scallops…1,404yen
Ishinomaki is well-known for the quality of its scallops. They are a seafood masterpiece, bursting with the flavor of the sea.

t_unagi.png◆Rice topped with grilled eel:…4,644yen
delicious fillets of eel, grilled with a savory sauce, the recipe of which is a closely guarded secret. The tempura set meal offers customers exquisite seasonal vegetables and seafood.

◆Chef’s special “o-makase” course…3,024yen
Takikawa’s recommended full course of classic Japanese food, using a variety of seasonal ingredients, and only the freshest and best seafood.

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English-speaking staff available. Knives, forks & spoons available in addition to chopsticks. All seating is table & chair style.

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15 min walk from Ishinomaki Station

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Takikawa

Cuisine:
classic Japanese course
Address:
1-13-13, chuō, Ishinomaki-shi, Miyagi, 986-0822
TEL:
0225-22-1138
FAX:
0225-23-5234
Opening Hours:
Lunch 11:30〜14:00(last order14:00)
Dinner 17:00〜20:00(last order20:00)
Closed on:
Mondays
Capacity:
up to 30 persons
Smoking:
Lunchtime:no smoking
Dinnertime:partly permitted(counter:no smoking、private rooms:smoking permitted)
Accepted Credit Cards:
VISA、MASTER、JCB、AMEX
Parking:
20 vehicles + 20 vehicles in 2nd car park
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