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Kaisen Yokocho Uokuni
Kaisen Yokocho Uokuni is located in the underground shopping complex Harune that is at the East Exit of Odawara Station. This popular seafood restaurant is run by a well-established fish store, Uokuni, that was founded in 1911. Their dishes are all fresh and reasonable as it is owned by a fish store. They use only premium seafood that is hand-selected by the owner chef at the Port of Odawara every morning. They serve rice bowls and set meals with free upgrade to a large serving of rice at lunch time. At dinner time, they offer a la carte menu made with fresh seafood as well as a wide variety of sake. You will enjoy Kaisen Yokocho Uokuni whether dining or having a drink.
- 1-1-7 Sakae-cho, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa
- Contact No.
- 1-min walk from East Exit at Odawara Station on JR Tokaido Line
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:00-15:00, 16:00-21:00 Closed irregularly
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average price （per person）: from 1,000 yen for lunch, from 2,000 yen for dinnerMenu: Gokai Ryoshi no Kaisendon （fisherman's seafood rice bowl） 1,480 yen, Odawaradon （seafood rice bowl） 1,800 yen, Gokai Tendon （rice bowl with tempura） 1,480 yen, Hoseki Chirashi （sashimi over rice） 1,280 yen
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Fresh Local Fish at Reasonable Prices
The restaurant is proud to serve fresh local fish from Odawara that is caught in the morning. All the seafood served at the restaurant is stunning because the chef carefully selects their seafood with the pride of a fish store with over 100 years of history. They purchase their seafood at the port every morning, making the prices on the menu very low. This is one of the reasons that this restaurant attracts many customers.
Luxurious Seafood Bowl Pleases Your Eyes
The most popular dish on the menu is Gokai Ryoshi no Kaisendon （1,480 yen）. This luxurious rice bowl consists of large and succulent salmon roe and other popular ingredients like tuna and red snapper. It comes with miso soup and pickled vegetables.
Popular Rice Bowl in Limited Servings
Odawara's regional specialty Odawaradon （1,800 yen） is very popular as well. Local ingredients from Odawara are used for this bowl and served in traditional laqcuerware called Odawara Shikki. A generous amount of seafood such as nice and crunchy shellfish as well as Odawara's famous shirasu （young sardine） are topped on rice. This bowl is limited to ten servings a day, so arrive early!