Plan Your Hakone Trip
This is a sushi restaurant is operated by 70-year-old fish retailer Yamahiko Fish. This established fish retailer, which also supplies to Hakone’s traditional Japanese restaurants, selects the best quality local fish every morning at Hayakawa Port to be made into sushi by experienced sushi chefs. Lunch recommendations include the seafood nigirizushi (hand-pressed sushi) fresh from Sagami Bay, seafood bowls topped with plenty of bluefin tuna and locally-caught fish, and more. At night, you’ll want to enjoy the sashimi platter or a la carte dishes. They also have a lineup of original alcohol, including local sake and wines, that go amazingly well with the seafood.
Kanagawa, Ashigarashimo, Hakone, Miyagino 635-1 [ Google Maps ] [ Route ]
[Lunch] 11:30-14:00 (L.O. 13:30)
[Dinner] 17:00-21:00 (L.O. 20:30)
1 hour or more
Accepted Credit Cards
Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club
** Cards are not accepted during lunch
English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Spanish, German, French, Vietnamese, Russian
Hakone Tozan Bus at Miyagino (237)
Take the Hakone Tozan Bus (Routes L, T) from Hakone-Yumoto Station (OH51) bound for Togendai, exit at Miyagino (237) (about 16 minutes), and walk for 1 minute
Lunch 1,000 yen and up, Nigirizushi 1,800 yen and up, Seafood Bowl (High Quality) 3,500 yen, Sashimi Platter 2,500 yen, etc.
** All prices including tax
*Information may be in Japanese.
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*Useable only for transfers in Hakone or to the Odakyu Line or the Odakyu Highway Bus