Sushikyu

The town around Naiku (the inner shrine) of Ise Shrine, Oharai-cho is a popular sightseeing spot where restaurants and souvenir shops using old buildings stand along the stone paved road and you can feel like you are traveling back in the Edo period. Sushikyu is a long-established restaurant originated in the middle of the 18th century located in the middle of Oharai-cho. They serve Ise district’s food like Tekone-zushi, Tororo-jiru, etc. In addition to their dishes’ deliciousness, one of the attractive features of this restaurant is that you can feel the history from the classical atmosphere.

Address
20 Ujinakanokiricho, Ise-shi, Mie
Contact No.
+81-596-27-0229
Access
Take Mie Kotsu Bus for "Naiku-mae" at Ujiyamada Station on Kintetsu Yamada Line or Toba Line, and walk for 3 minutes from "Jungukaikan-mae".
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:30 - 19:30Open all year round (Closed on dinner time on Tuesday, 1st and the last day of every month)
Official Website
http://www.okageyokocho.co.jp/tenpo.php?no=14
Other Information
*Average price (one person): Lunch 2,000 yen -, Dinner 2,000 yen -*Menu: Tekone-zushi Hirazen (Ume) 1,250 yen, Isejizen 2,640 yen, Gokujo Unagi Hitsumabushi 2,900 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.

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Restaurant’s Classical Appearance is Notable!

The classical appearance of Sushikyu is impressive and you can feel the history from it. This restaurant was made from old timber allocated when Ise Shrine was reconstructed in 1869, and it has been preserved with care as one of Ise’s important cultural heritages. Besides, this story is widely known as the sole case of allocating Ise Shrine’s old timber to an unofficial building.

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Fisherman’s Meal Has Been Passed Down for a Long Time

The restaurant’s most popular menu is “Tekone-zushi Hirazen (Ume)” (1,250 yen). Tekone-zushi is a sushi dish in which slices of red fresh of bonito marinated in soy-sauce-based dip and shredded seaweed are topped on vinegared rice. This is one of meals which local fishermen ate on ships in spare times from fishing. Its simple and homely taste tempts you to eat more and more!

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Set Meal You Can Enjoy Ise’s Local Dishes

Another popular dish is a set meal “Isejizen” (2,640 yen) which consits of Ise district’s local dish Tekone-zushi, Tororo-jiru, and several side dishes! Ise imo which is used for Tororo-jiru is a kind of yam cultivated in Ise district since the Edo period. Because it is less astringent and has a depth of body, it is valued as a luxury foodstuff.

Source:食べログ

Sushikyu

The town around Naiku (the inner shrine) of Ise Shrine, Oharai-cho is a popular sightseeing spot where restaurants and souvenir shops using old buildings stand along the stone paved road and you can feel like you are traveling back in the Edo period. Sushikyu is a long-established restaurant originated in the middle of the 18th century located in the middle of Oharai-cho. They serve Ise district’s food like Tekone-zushi, Tororo-jiru, etc. In addition to their dishes’ deliciousness, one of the attractive features of this restaurant is that you can feel the history from the classical atmosphere.

※ 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

Restaurant’s Classical Appearance is Notable!

The classical appearance of Sushikyu is impressive and you can feel the history from it. This restaurant was made from old timber allocated when Ise Shrine was reconstructed in 1869, and it has been preserved with care as one of Ise’s important cultural heritages. Besides, this story is widely known as the sole case of allocating Ise Shrine’s old timber to an unofficial building.

Source:食べログ

Fisherman’s Meal Has Been Passed Down for a Long Time

The restaurant’s most popular menu is “Tekone-zushi Hirazen (Ume)” (1,250 yen). Tekone-zushi is a sushi dish in which slices of red fresh of bonito marinated in soy-sauce-based dip and shredded seaweed are topped on vinegared rice. This is one of meals which local fishermen ate on ships in spare times from fishing. Its simple and homely taste tempts you to eat more and more!

Source:食べログ

Set Meal You Can Enjoy Ise’s Local Dishes

Another popular dish is a set meal “Isejizen” (2,640 yen) which consits of Ise district’s local dish Tekone-zushi, Tororo-jiru, and several side dishes! Ise imo which is used for Tororo-jiru is a kind of yam cultivated in Ise district since the Edo period. Because it is less astringent and has a depth of body, it is valued as a luxury foodstuff.

Source:食べログ

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