Hokkaido-hamaryori Isokin Gyogyo-bu Esashi-ko

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Esashi-cho is the port town located in the northern part of Hokkaido prefecture. This place has flourished as the base of fisheries since a long time, and at one time, the port was filled with over 1,400 fishing boats. Wakadaisho, the young master of this restaurant who grew up in this port town, chooses fresh ingredients very carefully. They have seafood from Esashi-ko (port), that is included in the name of the restaurant, as well as various kinds of dishes such as food from mountains produced naturally in Hokkaido.

Address
10F Nishi 2 Building, 2-10-1 Minami 4 Jonishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-11-252-1733
Access
A minute walk from Exit 2, Hosui-Susukino Station on Toho Line (Subway)
Opening Hours / Holidays
Mondays to Thursdays and Sundays: 17:00‐23:00,
Fridays, Saturdays and the day before Holidays: 17:00‐24:00
Closed irregularly
Official Website
http://isokin.jp/
Other Information
Average budget (for 1 person): from 4,000 yen Menu: Asamuki-kanimi, Kani-miso nose (500 yen), Akabuta no baraniku-shioyaki (780 yen) Credit cards accepted

※ 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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Significant hamaryori made by Wakadaisho

Hamaryori, or seafood cuisine in Japanese, that uses original tastes of the ingredients are served in this restaurant. Their a-la-carte menu is dynamic because it was invented by Wakadaisho who grew up in the port town. These dishes will surely satisfy you.

Source:食べログ

Crab dish which you can enjoy rich crab innards

Asamuki-kanimi Kani-miso nose, or crab flesh pealed in the morning with crab innards, (500 yen) is the most popular menu at this restaurant. The solid snow crab is served with the rich crab innards on top, and the combination of sweetness of flesh and bitterness of innards is just perfect.

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Enjoy juicy red pork

With Akabuta no baraniku-shioyaki, or salt-grilled red pork (780 yen), they use free-range pork raised with strictly controlled feeding to maintain quality. Every time you take a bite of the firm meat, you can enjoy the juices of the meat.

Source:食べログ

Hokkaido-hamaryori Isokin Gyogyo-bu Esashi-ko

Esashi-cho is the port town located in the northern part of Hokkaido prefecture. This place has flourished as the base of fisheries since a long time, and at one time, the port was filled with over 1,400 fishing boats. Wakadaisho, the young master of this restaurant who grew up in this port town, chooses fresh ingredients very carefully. They have seafood from Esashi-ko (port), that is included in the name of the restaurant, as well as various kinds of dishes such as food from mountains produced naturally in Hokkaido.

※ 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

Significant hamaryori made by Wakadaisho

Hamaryori, or seafood cuisine in Japanese, that uses original tastes of the ingredients are served in this restaurant. Their a-la-carte menu is dynamic because it was invented by Wakadaisho who grew up in the port town. These dishes will surely satisfy you.

Source:食べログ

Crab dish which you can enjoy rich crab innards

Asamuki-kanimi Kani-miso nose, or crab flesh pealed in the morning with crab innards, (500 yen) is the most popular menu at this restaurant. The solid snow crab is served with the rich crab innards on top, and the combination of sweetness of flesh and bitterness of innards is just perfect.

Source:食べログ

Enjoy juicy red pork

With Akabuta no baraniku-shioyaki, or salt-grilled red pork (780 yen), they use free-range pork raised with strictly controlled feeding to maintain quality. Every time you take a bite of the firm meat, you can enjoy the juices of the meat.

Source:食べログ

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