This restaurant offers fresh seafood dishes, including the regional specialty anglerfish hotpot.
- 1-20-12 Kashimacho, Hitachi City
- By train: 15-minute walk from Hitachi Station on the JR Joban Line
By car: 5-minute drive from Hitachi-Chuo IC on the Joban Expressway
- Business Hours
AM 11:00～PM 2:30
PM 5:00～PM 10:00
Sat - Sun
AM 11:00～PM 10:00
- http://www.ami-moto.com/ho /index.html
- TEL: 029-424-6525
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Tonkatsu Ton specializes in deep-fried pork cutlets. Most ingredients are locally sourced, including rice and vegetables grown in Ibaraki.
In addition to pork cutlets, the restaurant offers a range of sake and wine. Food is served on Kasamaware, traditional pottery produced in Ibaraki's Kasama City.
Tonkatsu Ton is wheelchair accessible and provides menus in Braille and sign language.
Kanasa-an Soba Noodles
Located next to Kanasa no Yu bathhouse, this soba noodle restaurant offers a range of dishes made with local buckwheat flour.
The soba noodles are made fresh from scratch daily by grinding buckwheat flour with a stone mill, hand-kneading the noodles, and cooking them on an order-by-order basis. The noodles are cooked in natural spring water from the Nishi-Kanasago area, said to be beneficial for the skin. Dishes also feature plenty of fresh, locally grown vegetables.
Kurata Wagyu Beef Yakiniku & Steak Restaurant
This restaurant has been serving the highest grade of Hitachi Beef since it opened over 40 years ago. Hitachi Wagyu Beef is unique to Ibaraki, making it a must-try for visitors to the area!
Kurata is officially registered as a Hitachi Wagyu Beef specialty restaurant. This means that the beef can be traced precisely where and when it was produced. Furthermore, over half the menu contains Wagyu Beef dishes, including yakiniku, shabu-shabu hot pot, and steak.
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