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Kaisen Robatayaki Tairyobata
Located at a 3-minute walk from the JR Hakodate station is the Kaisen Robatayaki Tairyobata, a popular seafood izakaya where you can taste fresh, locally sourced seafood produce of Hakodate cooked using the traditional Hokkaido method using a fireplace and coal, known as Robata-yaki. Because the store’s specialities use fresh seafood purchased directly from the fishermen of Hakodate, it is also very reasonable! You can taste delicious and filling cuisine at an affordable price. There are also other dishes available besides robata-yaki, such as sashimi and seafood donburi, as well as snacks.
- 7-17 Wakamatsu-cho, Hakodate-shi, Hokkaido
- Contact No.
- 3-minute walk from JR Hakodate Station
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 17:00 ‐ 24:00
- Official Website
- Other Information
- Estimated budget (per person) : 3,000 yen - Menu: Sashimi platter 1,550 yen, Live dancing octopus 850 yen, Large grilled fish 980 yen, grilled mackerel 700 yen, Ikanogoro yaki 630 yen
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Affordable and fresh
Because the seafood is purchased directly from the local fishermen in Hakodate port, they can get an excellent level of freshness at an affordable price. In addition, there is a tank inside the store itself and the food is cooked-to-order, so you can taste fresh seafood at any time.
Hakodate's speciality: live squid
This store’s recommended dish is Hakodate’s speciality, live squid (1,200 - 1,500 yen). This popular dish let’s you enjoy fresh squid that has just been caught at an affordable price! With no smell, the crunchy texture and mouth-filling sweetness proves its freshness.
A popular dish that goes perfectly with sake
Ikanogoro yaki (630 yen) is right before your eyes on a fire, and the fragrant aroma which drifts from the grilled soba noodles makes this dish more and more appetizing. This is not only good with white rice, but is also recommended with sake!