Gourmet / Alcohol Spots in Aki / Muroto Area

  • Kagetsu
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    4.5
    27 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kouchi Pref. Murotoshi Murotsu 2586
    This Japanese restaurant is located in Murotsu, Muroto City. Seasonal fish and shellfish landed in Muroto is kept alive in the restaurant until it is served fresh in a variety of seafood dishes. The restaurant is also famous for its whale cuisine, including whale sashimi and nitsuke (whale boiled in soy sauce), as well as harihari-nabe (whale hot pot) in the winter. The restaurant is one of several local eateries in Muroto, one of Japan’s biggest producers of splendid alfonsino, that serves the local delicacy Muroto Kinmedon. This dish features a splendid alfonsino boiled in soy sauce and served on a bowl of rice.

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  • SEA HOUSE
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    4.0
    16 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-gun Geiseimura Nishibun Otsu 54-1

    Nice ocean views, lots of food options (curry, pasta, teishoku). I liked the vast types of pasta options they had. At sunset is a great time to go! I would like to see some vegan and vegetarian...

  • Aki Shirasu Shokudo Aki Main Store
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    4.5
    27 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Nishihama 3411-46
    "Aki Shirasu Shokudo is a restaurant in Aki City, Kochi Prefecture, known as the Hanshin Tigers' campsite, where diners can enjoy dishes using fresh, locally caught shirasu. Its signature dish is ""Kama-age Chirimen-don,"" a bowl of rice topped with rice cooked with local rice, and served with kama-age shirasu caught that morning. The restaurant also serves fresh shirasu called ""dorome"" in the local dialect. Freshness is the name of the game, and even today, with the development of freezing technology, it is only at fishing grounds that one can enjoy freshly caught shirasu."

    高知では「どろめ丼=生しらす丼」 高知では、しらすをどんな状態でご飯の上にたっぷり乗せてたべるか... これがランチでの悩ましい問題になります-笑笑 私は大人2名・幼児1名で、かまあげ丼1・どろめ丼1を3人でシェアしました。 地元民・観光客・大人から子供までみんなでしらすを食べる食堂、これぞ高知らしい食風景ですね!

  • Kurakukan café
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kouchi Pref. Murotoshi Kiragawachou Kou 2234
    This café is located in Ko Kiragawa-cho, Muroto City. Located inside a renovated 120-year-old rice storehouse, its menu includes coffee roasted in-house with high-grade Tosa Binchotan Charcoal, homemade organic cakes, fresh juice made from seasonal fruit, and more. The café also hosts regular live instrumental performances.
  • Black tea / Curry Shittoroto
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    4.5
    8 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kouchi Pref. Murotoshi Moto Kou 2748-3
    This café is located on the side of National Route 55 in Motoko, Muroto City. It is popular for their authentic homemade curries made with local vegetables and other ingredients, such as their spicy Awa-odori chicken curry. Guests can also enjoy black tea made with seasonal tea leaves, homemade bread, and more.

    Because of this wonderful restaurant, I love the Muroto city. The curry made of Muroto foods and every curry tastes so good(1,000yen).

  • Sabo Senpuku
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-gun Tanocho 1305

    趣のある平屋の古民家は江戸時代の建物だそうで、重要文化財に指定されています。 どの席からも外が見える高知らしい開放的な空間で、モーニングがいただけます。 ゆったりとした朝をどうぞ♪

  • Koku Toraya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Ananaiotsu 683-1
    "Founded in 1971, Kunitoraya is a famous udon restaurant with a local specialty of ""Kunitora Udon"", a pork miso-based soup. Its specialty is ""Kunitora Udon,"" a pork-jiru-like miso-based dish. Also popular are ""Curry Udon"" and self-service ""Oden,"" and all dishes are made from Uchiharano-yaki, a traditional handicraft of Aki City. There is also a branch in Paris, France, founded by the second-generation owner, who was a French chef."
  • Hamaguchi Fukugetsudo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-gun Toyo Cho Nonehei 1942
    This is a historic Japanese confectionery store from the Meiji period. As the oldest confectionery store in None area, this shop has handed down the authentic art of Japanese sweets for approximately 140 years over five generations. The specialty, None manju bun, uses homemade sweet bean paste made by 100% adzuki beans from Tokachi, Hokkaido, and wrapped in the dough blended with a portion of junmai sake, which makes an mildly sweet delicacy. The skin of the manju bun is so thin it gently melts in your mouth to expose the plenty of soft bean paste within. This small delicate manju bun has been enjoyed by many generations and is familiarly beloved. It naturally goes well with tea, and makes a superb souvenir gift.
  • Kachu Furusatokan
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Doi 1017-1
    A restaurant tucked away in an idyllic rural area. They offer a variety of items made with local Aki specialties. One of these is chirimen-jako (dried juvenile fish); they offer two types of rice bowls made with this: their regular Kamaage Chirimen Bowl and their Kakiage Chirimen Bowl. The Kakiage Chirimen Bowl is a local specialty, a hearty gem featuring a kakiage fritter made with chirimen-jako and wild vegetables, with even more chirimen-jako layered beneath. Adding condiments such as seaweed, grated radish, and sesame will give it a lighter flavor. The shop also sells souvenirs and specialty products, making it the perfect place to stop while strolling around Doikachu.

    Aki is famous for eggplants and chirimen, and you can get your fill of both here. I recommend the chirimendon or the eggplant curry (only available on certain days).

  • Kamameshi Hatsune
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Muroto-shi Murotsu 2616-1
    A 70-year-old kamameshi rice pot restaurant that operated in Muroto's bustling downtown area when whaling thrived and whale was often on the menu. Their popular kamameshi meal sets are the same today as when they were founded. Their highly popular Toritare-yaki is made with a whole grilled chicken thigh. They accommodate gatherings ranging from a few people to 100 and will adjust the menu to match your budget.

    It was quite difficult to locate the restaurant. Our expectations were high as we wanted to try the Kamameshi (kettle rice, similar to Chinese clay pot rice), which we read about on the Muroto city...

  • Kozosushi Kozosushi Muroto
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Muroto-shi Murotsu Higashihamada 2436-1
  • Kozosushi Kozosushi Aki
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Shonoshibacho 10-22
  • YAKINIKUKOUBEYA
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    1-8-18, Honmachi, Aki-shi, Kochi, 784-0004

    友達とランチに行きました。大きなチェーン店ではなく、店内はこじんまりとアットホームな感じでした。お値段もお手頃です。

  • Hakkenden Aki Shiyakusho Mae
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Yanomaru 1-7-12
  • Jiro no Ouchi / Jiro no Ouchi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    1001-2 Hatayamako Aki-shi Kochi
    A restaurant directly managed by a producer Tosa Jiro A solitary inn located in the remote mountains of Kochi Prefecture, Hatayama, which can be called an unexplored region. The full course of local chicken dishes provided by the producers in the production area includes charcoal-grilled 10 parts such as thighs, as well as shabu-shabu of milt and crested chicken.
  • Bakery shop Fuji village
    Shopping
    Kouchi Pref. Akishi Yanomaru 4-1-11
  • Sanuki Shikomi Teuchi Udon I Oki Ya
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Ioki 60-1

    友達とランチに行きました。讃岐うどんでした。野菜天ぷらを乗せて頂きました。さくさくでとても美味しかったです。

  • She Montpel
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kouchi Pref. Akishi Yanomaru 3-5-25

    Service is fast and food is delicious. Can easily stop in for a quick lunch during the workday. They have aquariums lining the wall as well, so you can see some exotic lobsters and fish as you enjoy...

  • Arupu
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Aki-shi Shonoshibacho 1-52 Alpha Building 2F

    高知の人はモーニングが大好き! 常連さんも多い「あるぷ」は自家製ケーキが人気ですが、モーニングの自家製パンもおいしかったです。 店内はゆったりとした落ち着く雰囲気で清潔感もあり、木製のテーブルがぬくもりがあります。 気軽に入りやすいお店です。

  • Cafe MUL Kura
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kochi Muroto-shi Ukitsu

    大きな道路から一本北に入ったところにあります。こんなところにこんな可愛いカフェがあるなんて!と思うほど内装が素敵でした♪ケーキとコーヒーを頂きましたが、静かな空間でゆっくりできてオススメです^^

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