Tekone Chaya

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Tekone Chaya is a popular restaurant located near a representative sightseeing spot in Mie, Naiku (the inner shrine) of Ise Shrine. They have a wide variety of dishes including Ise district’s local dishes like Ise udon (thick wheat noodle), Tekone-zushi, etc. You can enjoy the delicious dishes found only in this district at the restaurant with a calm atmosphere watching the beautiful view of a 20-km-long river flowing into Ise Bay, the Isuzu River. It’s sure that your fatigue of the road is removed! In the restaurant, souvenirs are also sold. Check it out when you visit!

Address
1-4-22 Ujiurata, Ise-shi, Mie
Contact No.
+81-596-24-0611
Access
20-min walk from Isuzugawa Station on Kintetsu Toba Railway
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00 - 22:00Open all year round
Official Website
http://www.tekone.co.jp/
Other Information
*Average price (one person): 1,000 yen -*Menu: Tekone-zushi 930 yen, Meibutsu Awase 1,520 yen, Okage Udon Teisyoku 1,350 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:食べログ

Commitment to Trust and Safety of Food

Most of the ingredients used for dishes of Tekone Chaya are homemade. Since the restaurant has a rich variety of well-selected dishes made from handmade non-additive ingredients, people regardless of age or gender, from little children to elderly can enjoy the dishes without worries.

Source:食べログ

Fisherman’s Meal Has Been Passed Down Over the Years

The restaurant’s most popular menu is a local dish of Ise district “Tekone-zushi” (930 yen) in which slices of red fresh of bonito marinated in soy-sauce-based dip are mixed into vinegared rice. This is one of fisherman's meals which local fishermen ate on ships in spare times from fishing.

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 Set Meal You Can Enjoy Ise’s Specialties

Another popular dish is a voluminous set meal “Meibutsu Awase” (1,520 yen) in which you can enjoy two Ise district’s local dishes: Ise udon and Tekone-zushi at once! Both are salty-sweet with soy sauce, and you will consume it all without realizing it!

Source:食べログ

Tekone Chaya

Tekone Chaya is a popular restaurant located near a representative sightseeing spot in Mie, Naiku (the inner shrine) of Ise Shrine. They have a wide variety of dishes including Ise district’s local dishes like Ise udon (thick wheat noodle), Tekone-zushi, etc. You can enjoy the delicious dishes found only in this district at the restaurant with a calm atmosphere watching the beautiful view of a 20-km-long river flowing into Ise Bay, the Isuzu River. It’s sure that your fatigue of the road is removed! In the restaurant, souvenirs are also sold. Check it out when you visit!

※ 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

Commitment to Trust and Safety of Food

Most of the ingredients used for dishes of Tekone Chaya are homemade. Since the restaurant has a rich variety of well-selected dishes made from handmade non-additive ingredients, people regardless of age or gender, from little children to elderly can enjoy the dishes without worries.

Source:食べログ

Fisherman’s Meal Has Been Passed Down Over the Years

The restaurant’s most popular menu is a local dish of Ise district “Tekone-zushi” (930 yen) in which slices of red fresh of bonito marinated in soy-sauce-based dip are mixed into vinegared rice. This is one of fisherman's meals which local fishermen ate on ships in spare times from fishing.

Source:食べログ

 Set Meal You Can Enjoy Ise’s Specialties

Another popular dish is a voluminous set meal “Meibutsu Awase” (1,520 yen) in which you can enjoy two Ise district’s local dishes: Ise udon and Tekone-zushi at once! Both are salty-sweet with soy sauce, and you will consume it all without realizing it!

Source:食べログ

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