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Sushi Kappo Ren
Sushi Kappo (traditional Japanese restaurant that serves fixed course menu) Ren is situated in the center of Atami called Atami Ginza. This popular izakaya (gastropub) restaurant offers sushi and rice bowl dishes made with fresh local fish as well as a wide variety of other creative dishes. As the name "Sushi Kappo" states, this restaurant's main offering is sushi, but their creative Japanese food is as popular as the sushi. They create stunning dishes using prime ingredients like selected regional beef and foie gras. You can enjoy a variety of premium dishes at reasonable prices at this restaurant.
- 3-4 Ginza-cho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka
- Contact No.
- 11-min walk from Kinomiya Station on JR Ito Line
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:00-15:00, 18:00-24:00 Closed irregularly
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average price （per person）: from 1,000 yen for lunch, from 5,000 yen for dinnerMenu: premium sushi plate 3,000 yen, assorted sashimi in season 2,500 yen, sablefish with miso sauce 1,200 yen, foie gras daikon 1,500 yenCredit cards accepted
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Fresh Ingredients Specific to the Region
The restaurant offers a wide range of menu selections utilizing fresh local ingredients. They serve seafood from the nearby ocean as well as regional brand beef called Ashitakagyu that has tender meat and sweet fat. You can taste the exceptional ingredients that are at the peak of their season at reasonable prices.
If You Can't Decide, Order This!
The chef's choice on the menu is Tokujo Sushi （Premium Sushi - 3,000 yen）. The plate consists of various kinds of super fresh sushi. They use the best ingredients available of that day for this plate. If you don't know what to order, you want to order this dish.
Impressive Creative Menu
Their original dish, Foie Gras Daikon （1,500 yen）, is a stewed daikon radish topped with foie gras. The refined daikon is soaked overnight in a bonito stock, they then saute the foie gras with soy-based sauce and place it on the daikon. This innovative dish is extraordinary.