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You can enjoy our splendid dishes of Takezaki crabs. This inn is a little hideaway spot surrounded by the Ariake Sea. One of its greatest features is the open-air bath overlooking the sea.
Enjoy the delicious meals with Takezaki crabs, a specialty of the Ariake Sea , and other fresh seafood. This hotel is also known for its wide collection of sake from various regions of Saga Prefecture. It is highly recommended to order 90-min all-you-can-drink (free refill) with a sake dispenser, which was installed for the first time in Kyushu.
This is a long-established restaurant founded in 1882. It had the honor of receiving a visit by the Empror Hiorohito in 1949. Enjoy the Japanese dishes created with the skills developed through the history of over 130 years in the authentically Japanese style building.
Seasonal Cuisine Uoki
Established in 1920, we've been particular about using seasonal ingredients and you can taste the authentic cuisine made for each ingredient such as locally caught Japanese grenadier anchovy or Etsu, blowfish from Shimonoseki, tuna fish from Tsukiji market and crabs from Hokkaido. We are looking forward to welcoming you with the seasonal tastes at the east of Saga Plain, Home of Creek.
This seafood restaurant is run by a fisherman who catches Takezaki crabs and farm Takezaki oysters himself. It is open all year round and you can enjoy Iwagaki oysters, crab sashimi, peeled crab tempura and Agemaki clams in summer and Takezaki oysters, Takezaki crabs, scallops, Hiougi clams, crab rice and oyster rice in winter. In addition to them, various kinds of seafood are available to be grilled wildly in the charcoal fire.
We offer dishes featuring local ingredients and some of them cannot be found anywhere else.
Ryoshi No Yakata
You can enjoy set meals with local fish from the Ariake Sea as well as Takezaki crabs and Takezaki oysters cooked on a charcoal grill. Because it is directly run by the local fisheries cooperative, fresh seafood from the Ariake Sea is available.
Takezaki crab is a kind of blue crab. To enjoy the natural flavor of the crab meat, we recommend boiling it in salted water. If you are a Japanese sake lover, you might enjoy "Kourazake"that you pour some sake into the crab shell and drinking it with crab innards.