Araiso Ryori Kumanoya

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Located in the eastern part of Hokkaido, this stretch of land, Shiretoko Peninsula, is said to be the last unspoiled region in Japan. This popular destination with abundant nature is registered as a World Heritage Natural Site, making it only the third one in Japan. Situated in Utoro, the northern part of Shiretoko Peninsula, Araiso Ryori Kumanoya is a long-standing Japanese restaurant that has been in business for over 30 years. It offers carefully selected fresh local ingredients that are in season. The restaurant has rare dishes, such as salt cured salmon liver called mefun and venison tataki (lightly seared outside and thinly sliced). It occasionally has a very rare salmon called Keiji. You have only 1 in 10,000 chances of catching this fish.

Address
187-11 Utoro Nishi, Shari-cho, Shari-gun, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-152-24-2917
Access
50-min bus ride on Shari Bus from Shiretoko-Shari Station on JR Senmo Line to Utoro Onsen Bus Terminal (bound for Utoro Onsen). A short walk from the bus stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00‐15:00, 17:00‐20:00
Closed irregularly (closed from Dec 20 to Jan 20)
Official Website
http://shiretoko-kumanoya.com/
Other Information
Average price per person: from 1,000 yen Menu: Tokusei Araisodon (seafood bowl) 2,850 yen, Unidon (sea urchin bowl) 2,650 yen, Kumanoya Tokuseidon (Kumanoya special bowl) 2,650 yen, Sashimi Combination 1,950 yen, Seafood noodle 1,250 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.

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Particular About Local Ingredients that are in Season

The ingredients they use at the restaurant are mainly from Shiretoko. They offer fresh local seafood, local branded pork called Shiretoko Akabuta and ramen noodle made with only local wheat flour from Shari in Shiretoko called Haruyokoi. The restaurant displays a menu of the day that uses ingredients that are at their peak of seasonality.

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Kaisendon that Has Shiretoko's Special Seafood

We highly recommend their Tokusei Araisodon (rice bowl with seafood- 2,850 yen). This is a luxurious dish that has large local shrimp with a delicate yet firm texture, rich and sweet sea urchin as well as shinny large salmon roe.

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Ultimate Ramen in a Seafood Soup

The other popular dish on the menu is Shiretoko Kaisen Uniiri Tanmen (seafood noodle with sea urchin - 1,250 yen). The chewy noodle made with local wheat flour, mild salt-based soup and seafood from the northern ocean make up this exquisite noodle dish. It has shrimp, crab, sea urchin, napa cabbage and beansprouts on top.

Araiso Ryori Kumanoya

Located in the eastern part of Hokkaido, this stretch of land, Shiretoko Peninsula, is said to be the last unspoiled region in Japan. This popular destination with abundant nature is registered as a World Heritage Natural Site, making it only the third one in Japan. Situated in Utoro, the northern part of Shiretoko Peninsula, Araiso Ryori Kumanoya is a long-standing Japanese restaurant that has been in business for over 30 years. It offers carefully selected fresh local ingredients that are in season. The restaurant has rare dishes, such as salt cured salmon liver called mefun and venison tataki (lightly seared outside and thinly sliced). It occasionally has a very rare salmon called Keiji. You have only 1 in 10,000 chances of catching this fish.

※ 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.

Source:食べログ

Particular About Local Ingredients that are in Season

The ingredients they use at the restaurant are mainly from Shiretoko. They offer fresh local seafood, local branded pork called Shiretoko Akabuta and ramen noodle made with only local wheat flour from Shari in Shiretoko called Haruyokoi. The restaurant displays a menu of the day that uses ingredients that are at their peak of seasonality.

Source:食べログ

Kaisendon that Has Shiretoko's Special Seafood

We highly recommend their Tokusei Araisodon (rice bowl with seafood- 2,850 yen). This is a luxurious dish that has large local shrimp with a delicate yet firm texture, rich and sweet sea urchin as well as shinny large salmon roe.

Source:食べログ

Ultimate Ramen in a Seafood Soup

The other popular dish on the menu is Shiretoko Kaisen Uniiri Tanmen (seafood noodle with sea urchin - 1,250 yen). The chewy noodle made with local wheat flour, mild salt-based soup and seafood from the northern ocean make up this exquisite noodle dish. It has shrimp, crab, sea urchin, napa cabbage and beansprouts on top.

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