Ikadaso Sanjo

Ikadaso Sanjo is located at a 5-min cab ride from the popular tourist destination of the Shima Spain Village in Shima city in Mie Prefecture. This well-established inn was founded in 1957. The inn stands in a premium location that overlooks a beautiful ocean, and it has a hot spring where you can relax and unwind. There is also a restaurant that offers a wide variety of dishes featuring fresh seafood from the nearby ocean including Mie's brand of oysters called Matoya kaki.

Address
883-12 Matoya, Isobe-cho, Shima-shi, Mie
Contact No.
+81-599-57-2035
Access
15-min by taxi from Shima-Isobe Station on Kintetsu Shima Line *For lunch, a free shuttle service is available at 11:20 from taxi stand at West Exit of Shima-Ise Station (reservation required).
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-13:00, 17:30-19:00
Closed irregularly
Official Website
http://ikadasou.jp/
Other Information
Average price per person: from 6,000 yen Menu: Matoya kaki (oyster) dish A Course 7,000 yen, Matoya kaki dish B Course 6,000 yen, Namakaki (raw oyster) 380 yen (one piece), Kaki Denpo Yaki (broiled oyster with cheese) 870 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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Using Selected Brand Oysters

The oysters used at Ikadaso Sanjo are purchased directly from a local oyster farm. The Matoya Oysters are fresh and safe, and they can be enjoyed raw. Motoya Oysters are grown in the ocean with an abundance of plankton, and they have a clean taste as well as a sweet and rich flavor.

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A Dish that Goes Well with Drinks

The most popular dish is Namakaki (raw oyster – 380 yen for one piece). This rich and creamy oyster has a plump texture. They offer a wide variety of drinks as well as food items that go well with those drinks.

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Creamy Melted Cheese on Oysters!

Kaki Denpo Yaki (870 yen) is a popular dish where fresh oysters in the shell are topped with cheese and broiled like a gratin. The richness of the melted cheese compliments the creamy and flavorful oyster. You will be hooked after just one bite!

Source:食べログ

Ikadaso Sanjo

Ikadaso Sanjo is located at a 5-min cab ride from the popular tourist destination of the Shima Spain Village in Shima city in Mie Prefecture. This well-established inn was founded in 1957. The inn stands in a premium location that overlooks a beautiful ocean, and it has a hot spring where you can relax and unwind. There is also a restaurant that offers a wide variety of dishes featuring fresh seafood from the nearby ocean including Mie's brand of oysters called Matoya kaki.

※ 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

Using Selected Brand Oysters

The oysters used at Ikadaso Sanjo are purchased directly from a local oyster farm. The Matoya Oysters are fresh and safe, and they can be enjoyed raw. Motoya Oysters are grown in the ocean with an abundance of plankton, and they have a clean taste as well as a sweet and rich flavor.

Source:食べログ

A Dish that Goes Well with Drinks

The most popular dish is Namakaki (raw oyster – 380 yen for one piece). This rich and creamy oyster has a plump texture. They offer a wide variety of drinks as well as food items that go well with those drinks.

Source:食べログ

Creamy Melted Cheese on Oysters!

Kaki Denpo Yaki (870 yen) is a popular dish where fresh oysters in the shell are topped with cheese and broiled like a gratin. The richness of the melted cheese compliments the creamy and flavorful oyster. You will be hooked after just one bite!

Source:食べログ