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Machiya Seisuian町屋 清水庵

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A restaurant with an old-fashioned look founded over 100 years ago in the Meiji period. It's about 10 minutes by car from Kurayoshi Station. They serve shabu-shabu (thinly sliced meat boiled with vegetables and dipped in sauce) set meals and rice bowl dishes you can dine on along a street with white walled storehouses. Their specialty is Mochi Shabu, featuring colorful mochi rice cakes resembling a twelve-layered ceremonial kimono. You dip the items in a skipjack tuna broth. The tasty and satisfyingly filling mochi is made with ingredients like carrots, shiitake mushrooms, matcha tea, and yuzu citron. Thinly cut and visually pleasing with subtle colors, it's become a hot topic in various magazines and on social media.


Tottori Kurayoshi-shi Sakaemachi 1-876 (Kurayoshi / MisasaArea)

phone 0858224759


Review of Seisuian

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Reviewed:2019/04/15 Nice environment and tasty food
We had dinner here and ordered a set of colourful Mochi plus beef Shabu Shabu for 2,160 yen. Cosy place and tasty food.
Reviewed:2018/03/31 What a great way to enjoy mochi!
This restaurant is housed in an historical building that was originally a mochi (pounded rice cake) factory. Apparently it still produces mochi, but now it is predominately a restaurant serving...
Reviewed:2019/12/01 餅しゃぶ

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Tottori Kurayoshi-shi Sakaemachi 1-876 [ map ]
Kurayoshi / MisasaArea
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