Jimo no Tei

Source:食べログ

Jimo no Tei is situated right near the entrance of "Seigyo Dori-guchi" of the fish market called Omicho Ichiba market, in the center of Kanazawa, Ishikawa. This restaurant is famous for a kaisendon (rice bowl with sashimi on it). In fact, it is served with so many thick slices of sashimi that are hardly contained on the bowl. It is a very popular place where the line of people waiting to eat during lunch time goes outside of the restaurant. In addition to very fresh sashimi and donburi (rice bowl), this restaurant has many side dishes, local delicious dishes and local sake. Many people adore special donburi with local yellowtail and crabs, available during certain season. As the name of the restaurant indicates, it is a place where you can have great "local" fish.

Address
27-1 Kamiomicho , Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
Contact No.
+81-76-223-2201
Access
Approx. 15 min from the east exit of Kanazawa station
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00‐15:00
17:00‐20:00 *Only opens on Friday and Saturday
Closed: Wednesday
Official Website
http://ohmicho-ichiba.com/portal/servlet/ohmicho.shop?tm=212513450&pShopCode=000153
Time Required
30 min
Other Information
*Average price (one person): Lunch 2,000-3,000 yen, Dinner 2,000-3,000 yen *Menu: Kaisendon (Hana) 2,250 yen, Sweet shrimp don 1,650 yen, Kita no Sachi don 2,250 yen *Credit cards are 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.

Source:じもの亭

Plenty of local kaisendon sets

There are plenty of kaisendon with local fish in this restaurant: Sweet shrimp don (1,650 yen) with many sweet shrimp, speciality of Ishikawa, Kita no Sachi don (2,250 yen) with sweet shrimp, crab, salmon roe and tuna, the most popular and gorgeous Kaisendon (Hana) (2,250 yen). All the menu sets are served with miso soup and dessert.

Source:食べログ

Kaisendon (Hana) (2,250 yen) with plenty of sashimi

The most popular dish of this restaurant is Kaisendon (Hana) (2,250 yen) with plenty of thick sliced sashimi that are hardly contained in one bowl. There are more than 10 types of sashimi, including tuna, toro (fatty meat of tuna), famous crab of Ishikawa, sweet shrimp, salmon, urchin, salmon roe, etc. They are beautifully decorated on a bowl of rice.

Source:食べログ

Great collection of local Japanese sake

You can enjoy Japanese sake with your meal. In fact, various local sake are available in this restaurant. In addition to famous and expensive sake of Kanazawa, Ishikawa, also called "Kanazawa", there are many delicious local sake.

Source:食べログ

Jimo no Tei

Jimo no Tei is situated right near the entrance of "Seigyo Dori-guchi" of the fish market called Omicho Ichiba market, in the center of Kanazawa, Ishikawa. This restaurant is famous for a kaisendon (rice bowl with sashimi on it). In fact, it is served with so many thick slices of sashimi that are hardly contained on the bowl. It is a very popular place where the line of people waiting to eat during lunch time goes outside of the restaurant. In addition to very fresh sashimi and donburi (rice bowl), this restaurant has many side dishes, local delicious dishes and local sake. Many people adore special donburi with local yellowtail and crabs, available during certain season. As the name of the restaurant indicates, it is a place where you can have great "local" 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:じもの亭

Plenty of local kaisendon sets

There are plenty of kaisendon with local fish in this restaurant: Sweet shrimp don (1,650 yen) with many sweet shrimp, speciality of Ishikawa, Kita no Sachi don (2,250 yen) with sweet shrimp, crab, salmon roe and tuna, the most popular and gorgeous Kaisendon (Hana) (2,250 yen). All the menu sets are served with miso soup and dessert.

Source:食べログ

Kaisendon (Hana) (2,250 yen) with plenty of sashimi

The most popular dish of this restaurant is Kaisendon (Hana) (2,250 yen) with plenty of thick sliced sashimi that are hardly contained in one bowl. There are more than 10 types of sashimi, including tuna, toro (fatty meat of tuna), famous crab of Ishikawa, sweet shrimp, salmon, urchin, salmon roe, etc. They are beautifully decorated on a bowl of rice.

Source:食べログ

Great collection of local Japanese sake

You can enjoy Japanese sake with your meal. In fact, various local sake are available in this restaurant. In addition to famous and expensive sake of Kanazawa, Ishikawa, also called "Kanazawa", there are many delicious local sake.

Source:食べログ

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