Gourmet / Alcohol Spots in Toyama Area

  • Starbucks Coffee Toyoma Kansui Park Shop
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    4.0
    402 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Minatoirifunechou 5 Toyama Mt. Fujiwa Canal Water Park
    This Starbucks Coffee is located inside Toyama Kansui Park, a 16-minute walk from Toyama Station's North Gate. It is notable for the simple design of its glass-walled building that blends into the scenery of the park. Customers can enjoy a coffee while taking in the beautiful scenery of Kansui Park, which was built on an old boat haven. The park is illuminated at night, giving guests an entirely different view to enjoy.

    Nice location to have a drink. It’s also the only air conditioned place in the park area although you can sit outside as well.

  • Himi Uoichiba Shokudo
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    4.5
    26 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Himi-shi Himimachi 435

    This restaurant is in the fish market so depending on the time, you may see how fishes are traded. Fishes are off course very fresh and cost effective.

  • Izakaya Maiko
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Toyama-shi Yanagimachi 2-3-26
    This izakaya Japanese pub is on National Route 41 in Yanagi-machi 2-chome, Toyama City. They offer a menu centered on seasonal cuisine made with local ingredients brought in every day by the owner herself. They are famous for oden, and their menu is filled out with skewers, grilled fish, fried foods, delicacies, and more. The shop has small private rooms and a banquet room.

    美味しい魚料理がいただけるお店です。 富山では珍しく女性の経営者の居酒屋です。 2Fの座敷もあるので大人数の宴会もできる重宝なお店です。 ちょっと街中からは外れますが安くて美味しいです。

  • Sea Station Shinkiro
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    4.0
    66 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Uodushi Muraki Buddhism 2500-2
    Featuring lively events and sale of Uozu specialty goods and fresh sea fare taken up at Uozu Port, Toyama Prefecture, Sea Station Shinkiro is quite active early in the morning. Haggling and buying goods is a fun time, and early morning meals or beach-grilled foods are popular too. It is held on the second and fourth Sunday every month, from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., so check before you go. Seven minutes by car via Uozu Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway.

    Twice a month there is a Sunday morning fish market here. Not big, but VERY interesting, with the possibility of eating absolutely fresh fish and soup. Cheap, fun and generally entertaining. Friendly...

  • Mawaru Toyama Bay Sushitama, Toyama Kakeo Main Restaurant
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Kakeosakaemachi 5-8
    Located along National Route 41 in the city of Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Mawaru Toyama Bay Sushitama is a conveyor-belt sushi shop where customers can easily enjoy seafood caught of the coasts of Ishikawa and Toyama Prefectures. Fresh shipments come in twice a day, at noon and at night, so customers can be assured that the seafood is fresh. In addition to standard menu items such as tuna and salmon roe, customers can also enjoy seasonal seafood typical of the Hokuriku region, such as wrasse, yellowtail, and snow crabs. The rice base for the sushi is made from Koshihikari rice grown on the Noto Peninsula and rice vinegar made according to an exclusive recipe. There is both counter and table seating, making the restaurant suitable for everyone from families to solo diners.
  • Sakae Shokudo
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    3.5
    26 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Shimonikawagunasahimachi Sakai 647-1
    Sakae Shokudo in Asahi Town, Shimoniikawa County, Toyama Prefecture is a famous restaurant for the local specialty tarajiru (cod soup). A building with countryside atmosphere, it stands on National Route 8 which is also called Tarajiru Kaido. Its tarajiru for which large chunks of cod are stewed in white miso (soybean paste) has a mild taste but not fishy taste. This superb and hearty dish has both simplicity and the dynamics of a unique fisherman’s dish. There is a range of menu items including oyakodon (a rice bowl with chicken and eggs), katsudon (a rice bowl topped with cutlets) and set meals. The side menu items are help-yourself style from a display case.

    美食家の先輩から連れて来て頂きました。たら汁の有名エリア!このエリアの中でも圧倒的人気を誇る栄食堂!名物たら汁 豪快に鍋のまま提供されて来ます!これが本当に身体に染み渡る美味さでした。また小鉢も数多くあり最高の定食になりました!

  • Kitokito Sushi Himi Main Shop
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    4.5
    16 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Himishi Kamizumi 65
    This sushi restaurant has made its name with carefully-crafted nigiri sushi made with Toyama-grown Koshihikari rice and fresh fish from Toyama Bay. Since its founding, it has offered a diverse menu focused on fresh, seasonal fish caught that morning in Himi. Its location close to a fishing port only allows them to offer abundant amounts of fresh fish at reasonable prices. Not only that, it also allows them to serve many unique varieties of sushi rarely seen elsewhere. On weekdays, the restaurant offers four types of lunches, as well as kid's lunches. Their diverse menu also includes items such as Himi udon, as well as a lineup of desserts. In addition to being loved by locals, the restaurant is also a destination for many tourists.

    5年程前に違う店舗ですが行った時に、凄く感動したので今回は本店に伺ったら、なんか普通に感じてしまいました。 美味しいは美味しいですがね・・・。 感動は無かった。

  • Sakana no Eki Ikuji
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    Toyama Pref. Kurobeshi Ikuji Nakaku 265
    This market is a 12-minute drive from Hokuriku Expressway's Kurobe Interchange. The market is comprised of two buildings; the Toretate-kan, which offers fresh fish and processed seafood, and the Dekitate-kan, which has restaurants and a take-out corner. At Chargrilling Restaurant Kokaito, diners can choose any of the fresh-caught seafood from Kurobe fishing port or Ikuji salted fish (a local delicacy made by the Ladies' Club of the JF Kurobe fishing cooperative) on offer and chargrill it themselves. We also recommend the local craft brew, Shozu Monogatari.
  • Yoshimune
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    4.0
    72 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Takaoka-shi Takaramachi 7-4
    An udon noodle shop in Takara-machi, Takaoka. The shop is known for their specialty curry udon. Set apart by their original curry roux which uses a blend of 16 different spices and peanuts, their curry udon often draws a line of customers to this popular restaurant.

    The curry soup of their noodle is one of the kind which you wouldnt want to forget once you tasted it. There are so many repeaters to Yoshimune even from Toyama city and Kanazawa city. You can ask...

  • Banya Ryori Himihama
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    4.0
    25 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Himi-shi Himimachi 21-15
    A seafood restaurant along Prefectural Route 302 in Himi-machi, Himi. They offer meals made using local Himi specialty seafood yellowtail and oysters as well as other seasonal locally caught fish. Along with sashimi and simmered fish dishes served separately or as part of a set meal, you can enjoy a special course meal with stone grilled A5 Himi beef (reservation required).

    氷見の寒ブリ宣言も出たこともあって予約して訪問しました。店主のブリへのこだわりは相当なもので水揚げ時に一番良いブリを仕入れているとのこと。そのためお値段はやや張りますがそれ相応のメニューでした。 目当ては寒ブリのしゃぶしゃぶでしたが、そこへたどり着くまでの間に出てくる品物でお腹がいっぱいになってしまいます。女性や高齢者はまず食べきれないでしょう。ブリの脂がのっていることもあって食後は胃袋が悲鳴を上...

  • Nishicho Taiki Nishicho Main Shop
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    3.5
    64 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Otaguchidori 1-1-7
    "This ramen shop which opened in 1947 is the originator of Toyama black ramen, Toyama's first ""B-class gourmet."" The shop, located a one-minute walk from Toyama City Tram Line Grand Plaza Station, is frequented by celebrities. Its main item, chuka soba (ramen noodles), is notable for its dark black soup, roast pork, and coarse-ground pepper. The richly-flavored broth packs a punch that borders on briny. Diners who cannot handle the saltiness can eat the ramen with a side of white rice to adjust the flavor. Beloved by laborers in Toyama since right after the end of World War II, Toyama black ramen has been thought of as a soul food for generations of Toyama citizens."

    Nishichō Taiki is a lovely joint, an old shack rubbing shoulders with two larger buildings by the modern city centre of Toyama. Here is the original home of what today is known as Toyama Black. This...

  • Kaitenzushi Sushidaruma
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Futamata 448-1
    This conveyor sushi restaurant offers delicious Toyama seafood at reasonable prices. The extra-special lunch sets (weekdays only), limited to 100 per day, come with ten nigiri sushi focused on seasonal, local seafood, as well as a side and miso soup, a real bargain. The amount and quality of the food you get for the price makes this sushi restaurant a very popular choice. The restaurant, which sources its fish fresh from the market each morning, is more than just a sushi restaurant; it is also an izakaya (Japanese-style pub) that serves alcohol. Located in a residential area a three-minute drive from Hokuriku Expressway's Toyama Interchange, the family-friendly restaurant offers both tatami seating and booths.

    二俣店レジをやっていたおばさんの接客が最悪でした。初めて行くのになんの案内もない、いらっしゃいませもない、、名前書くとか分からないし、その案内を求めるためにわざわざレジに並んでいたのに、対応が全然丁寧でない、雑。遠方から遥々来たのにガッカリです。私はこの件は拡散しますし二度と来たくないというかあのおばさんには二度と会いたくないですね。あんなに不快な接客は初めてです。

  • Shogetsu
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    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Iwaseminatomachi 116
    "Shogetsu is a restaurant located a 15-minute drive from Toyama Station on the JR Hokuriku Main Line. Early every morning, the owners select the finest fish caught offshore from Toyama Bay and prepare them in ways that bring out the essence of their flavor. The restaurant offers creative dishes, such as roasted Japanese glass shrimp dumplings and glass shrimp deep-fried with a flavorful coating. Customers can enjoy glass shrimp, known as ""the grande dames of the sea,"" in an amazing number of ways. For festive occasions, the restaurant serves dishes such as soup with sea bream and mochi rice cakes, and extra-large bowls are available. Shogetsu welcomes everyone from individuals to large groups."
  • Kaiseki Tsubakitei Etchu-Yatsuo
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Yatsuomachihigashimachi 2223
    Kaiseki Tsukibatei Etchu Yao Restaurant is located a one-minute walk from the Nakamachi Stop on the streetcar from Toyama Station. Diners enjoy kaiseki cuisine in an elegant space served on ceramics and lacquer ware. The menu contains products of both the sea and the land, as exemplified by the Hietsu Lunch, which contains local Hida chicken and fresh sashimi from the sea off Toyama, and diners can also enjoy a variety of genuine kaiseki dinners. The restaurant hosts memorial services, wedding banquets, and tea ceremonies, as well as birthday celebrations for significant ages. It even rents out traditional Chanchanko (padded vests) to wear on these occasions.

    二階、椿亭の客人がおわら盆の踊り子を呼び、特別観賞していた最中、偶然通りがかり、その客人の為だけに踊る四名の後ろ姿の踊り子達を下から眺めた我が身の空しさよ。店の風情は折り紙つきだ

  • Kawanabe
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    3.0
    3 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Tonamishi Saburoumaru 331-1
    This diner is located along National Route 156 in Saburomaru, Tonami City. Its diverse menu includes donburi (rice bowls), set meals, and a variety of noodles. Their shiotendon feature a bowl of rice topped with an assortment of tempura seasoned with their special sesame Konbu kelp salt. Their katsudon feature fried cutlets served on a bowl of rice drizzled with one of two secret sauces: a soy-based sauce or a Worcestershire-style sauce. Other offerings include their fried pork cutlet set meals and their tempura set meals, as well as udon and soba noodles. During the winter guests can try Okado somen, a springy fine white noodle made only during the coldest months.

    のぼりなどで塩天丼という天丼を塩で食べるメニューを推してますが、普通のタレの方が良かったです。再訪は無いです。

  • Authentic Charcoal Grilled Sweetfish Ayu no Sato
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Tonami-shi Shogawamachi Kanaya 2131-6
    A restaurant specializing in sweetfish in Shogawa-machi Kanaya, Tonami. They offer sweetfish prepared different ways in single plates or course meals including charcoal grilled sweetfish, tempura, deep-fried sweetfish, mizore-ae (sweetfish served with grated daikon radish), kanroni (sweet simmered sweetfish), and sashimi (depending on the season). Their menu also includes tofu dishes, soba, and topped rice bowls.

    鮎の塩焼きをはじめ、いろいろな鮎料理を頂けます。 焼き加減も、なかなかバッチリです。 また、行きたいです。

  • Okakura Okaki Crackers Direct Sales Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Tonami-shi Ota 1891-5
    A fried mochi cracker shop in Ota, Tonami. Their mochi crackers use domestic mochi-rice mainly from Toyama as well as superior groundwater from the Shogawa River. There's a sample corner where you can try freshly prepared crackers, a demonstration area where you can see how the crackers are fried, and a factory tour is also available.
  • Heiando
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Toyama-shi Asahimachi 1-6
  • Kakinosho
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    4.0
    21 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Takaokashi Ono 156
    A famous cafeteria located in Ono, Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture which can accommodate providing lunch for tour groups. The restaurant serves gozen set meals and a la carte items made with the freshet seafood delights from Toyama Bay, viewed by some as a veritable natural restaurant fish tank. The Kaisen Takaoka-don seafood rice bowl is piled high with seasonal fish; the restaurant’s signature dish, many fans travel from outside the prefecture to enjoy this delicious meal. Other popular items include the Amehare konbu-meshi gozen, made with an abundance of the renowned Toyama konbu kelp; and the Japanese amberjack shabu-shabu, a specialty dish which is only offered in winter. The restaurant is spacious and bright, and Kakinosho offers a variety of seating options, including a private dining room situated inside an old-fashioned warehouse connected to the historic figure Maeda Toshinaga.

    I have been there few time, but family of five, I expected long wait. I was surprised to see our lunch were served promptly. Their service is always top notch. My potion was huge, I had to share...

  • Kenkozen Yakuto
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Toyama Pref. Toyamashi Tsutsumichoudori 1-3-5 Echizen Anti-Spirit Tanpo Ikedaya Yasushi Shop 2F
    A café operated out of the second floor of Ikedaya Yasubei Shoten, a long-standing shop which makes and sells medicines such as Etchu Hangontan, a popular digestive medicine famously from Toyama. Once used as a space for compounding medicines, the café has an old-fashioned air in which diners can take their time and enjoy their food. Yakuto serves healthy medicinal dishes made with seasonal ingredients, black rice grown with spring water, and other ingredients inspired by Chinese medicine. After your meal, you can enjoy a popular handmade sweet, herbal tea, or healthy medicinal plant tea. The nearest station is Nishicho Station on the Toyama Tram Line.

    價格跟一般的成藥比起來比較高,但傳統老店所主打的和藥還是有它厲害的地方,尤其主打得越中反魂丹是胃藥,使用是真的蠻有效的

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Toyama is one of the three prefectures that house the Japanese Alps, with its southern and eastern borders comprising one long stretch of mountains, out of which the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is forged. While traditional crafts fill the northern coastal cities of Toyama and Takaoka, thatched roof houses offer unrivalled views against a backdrop of fantastic scenery at Gokayama in the mountainous area in the south of the prefecture.

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