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Rausu no Umiaji Shiretoko Shokudou

Rausu no Umiaji Shiretoko Shokudou

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“Rausu no Umiaji” is a restaurant run by fishermen with a wide variety of specialties from the famous fishing port of Rausu including various kinds of seafood as well as dishes including Hokkaido venison. The restaurant is connected to a “michi-no-eki” which acts as a large parking and rest area. The most famous dish at this restaurant is the “kuro hamo-don” (1,100 yen) that features kuroi hamo (black pike conger) which can only be found around Rausu and is cooked with a salty-sweet soy sauce and topped over rice. The restaurant has many other kinds of items on the menu including “uni-don” rice-bowl which is topped with Ezo bafun uni (short-spined sea urchin) (2,800 yen), shikaniku (venison) curry (950 yen), ramen, teishoku (set meals), and lunch sets.
361-1 Rausu-cho Hon-cho, Menashi-gun, Hokkaido
Contact No.
From Kushiro Station on the JR Nemuro Main Line, take an Akan Bus headed for Rausu for about 3 hours and 30 minutes and get off at the Rausu Honcho stop (Akan Bus Rausu Office) from which it is a 5 minute’s walk.
Opening Hours / Holidays
7:00 - 20:00 from late April until mid-November 8:00 - 17:00 from late November until mid-April Open every day between April and November Closed: Irregular holidays between December and March
Time Required
Admission fee