Kisetsuryori Kinugasa

Kisetsuryori Kinugasa is a long-established restaurant where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine made with seasonal foods such as fresh fish from the local sea, Tomonoura. As the owner can purchase fresh fish through his contacts from when he was a fish dealer, and he can serve them at relatively moderate prices. You can choose from a wide variety of seafood dishes such as sashimi, tempura, and boiled fish. The restaurant’s specialty is sea bream which is one of the local dishes.  As the restaurant has a tasteful and calm atmosphere, you can enjoy their cuisine relaxing.

Address
150-12 Tomo, Tomocho, Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-84-983-5330
Access
Take Tomotetsu Bus for Tomokou for 34 minutes from Fukuyama Station on JR Sanyo Shinkansen, and walk for 3 minutes from Tomonoura Bus Stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
[Monday to Saturday]11:30-14:00, 18:00-21:00 [Sunday and National Holiday]12:00-15:00, 18:00-21:00 Closed on Wednesday
Official Website
https://www.facebook.com/kinugasa.tomo/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person): Lunch 2,000-3,000 yen*Menu: Shiki Teisyoku 1,944 yen, Tai-zukushi 3,240 yen, Tai-uzumi 1,000 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.

Japanese Cuisine Used with Mainly Local Fresh Fish

Kinugasa’s sales points are the freshness of food, the assured quality of taste, and relatively low prices. Their specialty “Tai-uzumi” (1,000 yen) is one of the sea bream dishes that have been eaten in the local area for a long time, in which fillets of sea bream (tai in Japanese) are covered up (uzumi in Japanese) by rice.

Source:食べログ

“Shiki Teishoku” Used with Seasonal Foods

“Shiki Teishoku” (1,944 yen) is a set menu used with the best foods they can get at that time. This set consists mainly of sashimi and tempura, with seven side dishes such as a boiled dish, and a chawan-mushi (an egg custard), and an after-meal drink.

Source:食べログ

Eat Tomonoura’s Specialty, Sea Bream in “Tai-zukushi”

You can enjoy various kinds of sea bream dishes in a rich set menu “Tai-zukushi” (3,000 yen). This popular set menu includes tai-meshi (rice cooked with sea bream), sashimi, steam dish, “Kabuto-ni” which is a stewed sea bream's head, etc., so you will appreciate sea bream completely.

Source:食べログ

Kisetsuryori Kinugasa

Kisetsuryori Kinugasa is a long-established restaurant where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine made with seasonal foods such as fresh fish from the local sea, Tomonoura. As the owner can purchase fresh fish through his contacts from when he was a fish dealer, and he can serve them at relatively moderate prices. You can choose from a wide variety of seafood dishes such as sashimi, tempura, and boiled fish. The restaurant’s specialty is sea bream which is one of the local dishes.  As the restaurant has a tasteful and calm atmosphere, you can enjoy their cuisine relaxing.

※ 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.

Japanese Cuisine Used with Mainly Local Fresh Fish

Kinugasa’s sales points are the freshness of food, the assured quality of taste, and relatively low prices. Their specialty “Tai-uzumi” (1,000 yen) is one of the sea bream dishes that have been eaten in the local area for a long time, in which fillets of sea bream (tai in Japanese) are covered up (uzumi in Japanese) by rice.

Source:食べログ

“Shiki Teishoku” Used with Seasonal Foods

“Shiki Teishoku” (1,944 yen) is a set menu used with the best foods they can get at that time. This set consists mainly of sashimi and tempura, with seven side dishes such as a boiled dish, and a chawan-mushi (an egg custard), and an after-meal drink.

Source:食べログ

Eat Tomonoura’s Specialty, Sea Bream in “Tai-zukushi”

You can enjoy various kinds of sea bream dishes in a rich set menu “Tai-zukushi” (3,000 yen). This popular set menu includes tai-meshi (rice cooked with sea bream), sashimi, steam dish, “Kabuto-ni” which is a stewed sea bream's head, etc., so you will appreciate sea bream completely.

Source:食べログ

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