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Izakaya Mori no KokageIZAKAYA 森のこかげ

Local Cuisine

Located around 10 minutes’ walk from the Ishigaki Port Outer Island Ferry Terminal, the Izakaya Mori no Kokage restaurant serves dishes made from Ishigaki beef as well as other Yaeyama Islands and Okinawa local specialty dishes. Inside the restaurant, which is redolent of the gentle warmth of wood, there is a variety of seating options to suit everyone from individual diners to groups, including Horigotatsu (a heated table in a depression in the floor), regular tables, or seats at the bar. Diners can enjoy delicious cuts of Ishigaki beef at reasonable prices, in dishes such as Ishigaki Beef Nigiri Sushi, Ishigaki Beef Sliced Steak, etc. Slow-cooked Torotoro (skin-on pork rib stewed in soy sauce and brown sugar) is a popular lunch choice. The menu has both Japanese and English descriptions.

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place Okinawa Pref. Ishigakishi Okawa 199
phone 0980837933

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Address

Okinawa Pref. Ishigakishi Okawa 199 [map]

Phone

0980837933

Hours
17:00-23:00
Closed
Tuesday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available (Used over 5,000 yen Available
VISA, MasterCard, DC, etc.)
Smoking
Available (Please refrain when crowded)
Wi-Fi
Available (However, some terminals can not connect to Available ability Available)
Vegetarian Menu
Not available (Available on request, Reservation recommended for your time)
English Menu
Available (English menu)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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