Category: Exhibits and Foods

Sakata Kaisen Ichiba

Written on 2017-06-08 in Exhibits and Foods

Kaisen means seafood and ichiba means market. This two-story building has a fish shop on the first floor. And each restaurant has a restaurant serving various fresh seafood dishes. The first-floor restaurant cooks and se...

Minato Ichiba

Written on 2017-06-08 in Exhibits and Foods

Minato means port. There are seven indoor shops selling fresh seafood, vegetables, fruits, sake, local specialties, and souvenirs. Some have small diners where you can eat ramen or a bowl of rice topped with tuna.  

Obata: NK Agent

Written on 2017-06-08 in Exhibits and Foods

Obata was opened more than 100 years ago and gained renown as a high-class Japanese restaurant until it closed in 1998. The exterior of the building was used as an office in the movie Departures, which won an Academy Awa...

Sanno Club

Written on 2017-06-08 in Exhibits and Foods

Sanno Club was built in 1895 and was a famed high-class Japanese restaurant in Sakata for more than one hundred years. Now, the restaurant has been renovated into a tourist facility that displays many kinds of exhibits, ...

Somaro

Written on 2017-06-07 in Exhibits and Foods

Somaya, built in the Edo period, was a renowned restaurant in Sakata for many years. In 1996, it was renovated into a tourist facility and its name changed to Somaro. Here, visitors can enjoy watching Sakata maiko (simil...

Sankyo-soko Rice Storehouse

Written on 2017-06-07 in Exhibits and Foods

Constructed in 1893, Sankyo-soko Rice Storehouse is comprised of 12 storehouses. This facility was only used for storing rice, and 9 of the storehouses are still in use today. The rest have been renovated into the Shonai...

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