Aji-no-ryogoku (Main branch)

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Aji-no-ryogoku is a diner where you can enjoy meat dishes with Ezo-deer inhabiting in Hokkaido. The diner runs a guest house on the second floor. Its specialty is a deer don (1,500 yen), which is a bowl of rice topped with Ezo-deer meat grilled with sweet and salty sauce. You can also have teppanyaki with Ezo-deer meat (2,300 yen), which is deer meat grilled on an iron plate, Wakasagi Tempura (1,200 yen), which is small freshwater fish coated with a batter and deep-fried, and Japanese soba (from 800 yen), which is buckwheat noodles. The diner is very popular among locals too. You can enjoy carefully-prepared Ezo-deer meet without any acquired flavor. The diner offers dishes blow 3,500 yen and was awarded Bib Gourmand for a restaurant with good cost performance in the 2012 Michelin Guide Hokkaido Special Edition.

Address
2-1-3 Akanko Onsen, Akan-cho, Kushiro-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-154-67-2773
Access
From Kushiro Station on the JR Nemuro Main Line, take a bus to the terminal stop Akankohan (the bank of Lake Akan) for two hours and then a five-minute walk from the stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-20:00
Open daily
Other Information
*Average price per person: 1,000-2,000 yen for lunch and 5,000-6,000 yen for dinner *Menu: Deer don (1,500 yen), Teppanyaki with Ezo-deer meat (2,300 yen), Wakasagi Tempura (1,200 yen), and Japanese soba (from 800 yen)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Aji-no-ryogoku (Main branch)

Aji-no-ryogoku is a diner where you can enjoy meat dishes with Ezo-deer inhabiting in Hokkaido. The diner runs a guest house on the second floor. Its specialty is a deer don (1,500 yen), which is a bowl of rice topped with Ezo-deer meat grilled with sweet and salty sauce. You can also have teppanyaki with Ezo-deer meat (2,300 yen), which is deer meat grilled on an iron plate, Wakasagi Tempura (1,200 yen), which is small freshwater fish coated with a batter and deep-fried, and Japanese soba (from 800 yen), which is buckwheat noodles. The diner is very popular among locals too. You can enjoy carefully-prepared Ezo-deer meet without any acquired flavor. The diner offers dishes blow 3,500 yen and was awarded Bib Gourmand for a restaurant with good cost performance in the 2012 Michelin Guide Hokkaido Special Edition.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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