Hakone Akakura

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Hakone Akakura is a restaurant that is popular for steamed food made with local ingredients. Pigs referred to as “Sanroku pork” raised in the great nature of Hakone play the main role. They are raised with natural feed and water of Hakone and characterized by almost no smell of meat. The restaurant also uses high quality vegetables called Sanroku vegetables, which have a reputation for having an enhanced vegetable flavor thanks to rain water in the mountains of Hakone. This restaurant is close from Lake Ashinoko, one of popular sightseeing spots, so many people including tourists stop by it before visiting the lake.

Address
47 Hakone, Hakonemachi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
Contact No.
+81-460-85-1002
Access
A short walk from Hakone Sekisyoato Iriguchi bus stop of bus bound for Hakonemachi from Hakoneyumoto Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-15:00 (Monday-Sunday), 11:00-15:00 (Saturday, Sunday, and National Holiday)Closed on Thursday (Except for National Holidays)
Official Website
http://www.hakone-akakura.jp/
Other Information
*Average price (per person): 1,000 yen -*Menu: Aka Seiro Zen 1,550 yen, Sanroku Seiro Zen 1,950 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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Steaming Wickerwork Tray Condenses the Taste of Ingredients

Hakone Akakura uses wickerwork tray steamers called “Seiro” to cook their ingredients. The steamer drains excess fat of pork, makes the taste of the meat light, and extracts the maximum sweetness and savory flavor of vegetables.

Source:箱根 明か蔵

Popular Menu in which You Can Enjoy Two Meats and Vegetables

Aka Seiro Zen (1,550 yen) is a dish including Sanroku pork, chicken, and Sanroku vegetables. The meat is topped on vegetables so that the vegetables also taste of the gravy of two meats. The light tasting chicken as well as Sanroku pork will indulge your appetite.

Source:食べログ

Enjoy Branded Beef

Sanroku Seiro Zen (1,950 yen) includes Sanroku pork, Sanroku vegetables, and a branded beef of Kanagawa “Ashigara beef”. This deluxe dish is full of Hakone’s pride, its produce. Wrap meat with some steamed vegetables and try it with the specially made sesame sauce!

Source:食べログ

Hakone Akakura

Hakone Akakura is a restaurant that is popular for steamed food made with local ingredients. Pigs referred to as “Sanroku pork” raised in the great nature of Hakone play the main role. They are raised with natural feed and water of Hakone and characterized by almost no smell of meat. The restaurant also uses high quality vegetables called Sanroku vegetables, which have a reputation for having an enhanced vegetable flavor thanks to rain water in the mountains of Hakone. This restaurant is close from Lake Ashinoko, one of popular sightseeing spots, so many people including tourists stop by it before visiting the lake.

※ 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

Steaming Wickerwork Tray Condenses the Taste of Ingredients

Hakone Akakura uses wickerwork tray steamers called “Seiro” to cook their ingredients. The steamer drains excess fat of pork, makes the taste of the meat light, and extracts the maximum sweetness and savory flavor of vegetables.

Source:箱根 明か蔵

Popular Menu in which You Can Enjoy Two Meats and Vegetables

Aka Seiro Zen (1,550 yen) is a dish including Sanroku pork, chicken, and Sanroku vegetables. The meat is topped on vegetables so that the vegetables also taste of the gravy of two meats. The light tasting chicken as well as Sanroku pork will indulge your appetite.

Source:食べログ

Enjoy Branded Beef

Sanroku Seiro Zen (1,950 yen) includes Sanroku pork, Sanroku vegetables, and a branded beef of Kanagawa “Ashigara beef”. This deluxe dish is full of Hakone’s pride, its produce. Wrap meat with some steamed vegetables and try it with the specially made sesame sauce!

Source:食べログ

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