Isaza

Isaza

A fish that heralds the arrival of spring, this annual member of the goby family is known by its Japanese name "shiro-o" (white croaker). It is caught by bag net fishing with scaffolding in the lower reaches of the Minamigawa River that flows through Obama City.

Sushi-Masa (すし政)

Sushi-Masa (すし政)

We make sushi using fresh fish caught in Wakasa Bay. We are especially proud of our grilled mackerel sushi, mackerel sushi, and small sea bream sparrow sushi, and we also put a lot of effort into our nigiri. Our sushi rice is made with "Koshihikari" rice produced in Fukui Prefecture and "rice vinegar" from a local tobacconist. We hope you will try our sushi.
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Sakeya Dondo (酒菜屋どんど)

Sakeya Dondo (酒菜屋どんど)

This restaurant is popular among locals and tourists alike for its creative cuisine that uses plenty of local fish and vegetables.
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Ikesu Kappou  Miyabi(いけす割烹 雅)

Ikesu Kappou Miyabi(いけす割烹 雅)

Fresh seafood is always available in a large fish tank. A la carte dishes, set menus, and a variety of courses are available at reasonable prices. Enjoy fresh live fish prepared in front of your eyes in a relaxing Japanese atmosphere.
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Sushi Kappou Taika(寿司割烹 大花)

Sushi Kappou Taika(寿司割烹 大花)

Along with a wide selection of Japanese sake, you can enjoy exquisite dishes made with local ingredients such as Echizen crab and Wakasa fugu pufferfish. The delicious food and comfortable atmosphere make this an attractive restaurant.
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