No guarantor required! Weekly and monthly rates available. Good for short and long-term stay.
The sake that has almost 60 years of history, Chitosetsuru is known as the most famous sake in Hokkaido. It was awarded a gold prize, the best prize for 14 years in a row by Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai (the National Bureau’s Research Institute of Brewing) held annually to evaluate the quality of sake. “Chokuei Chitosetsuru” is the izakaya restaurant directly run by Chitosetsuru brewery. They always have more than 30 selections of sake and great dishes of Hokkaido food to go with them.
- New Susukino Building 1F, Nishi 3 Minami 5, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
- Contact No.
- 3 minutes' walk from Susukino station on Sapporo municipal subway namboku line
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- From Monday to Saturday & day before national holiday 17:00‐24:00, Sunday & national holidays 17:00‐23:00, closed during Year‐end and New year holidays
- Official Website
- Other Information
- Average budget (per person): 5,000 yen - Menu: Dosan Sashimi Moriawase (Assortment of Sashimi caught in Hokkaido) 6,480 yen, Kinki-ni (Simmered Channel Rockfish) 3,800 yen Credit cards accepted
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Advantages of the Restaurant Directly Run by a Brewery
”Chokuei Chitosetsuru” takes advantages of being a restaurant directly run by a brewery and offers sake menus like “sake tasting set” (1,296 yen) that you can taste several kinds of sake or a rare kind of sake made from Hokkaido rice called “ginpu.”
Assortment of Fresh Sashimi and Seafood
”Dosan Sashimi Moriawase” (6,480 yen) is the assortment of Hokkaido seafood such as tuna, salmon and scallops. Fresh, plump sashimi tastes excellent and it goes well with sake.
High Quality Fish You Must Eat in Hokkaido
“Kinki-ni (Simmered Channel Rockfish)” (3,800 yen) is one of the popular menu of high-quality fish that is freshly cooked on order. The soft, plump meat of fish with sweet soy-sauce broth goes well with both sake and rice.