Rice Bowl and Sushi with “Yuriage” Ark Shell
The high-quality “Yuriage” ark shell has won fame all over Japan, even at “Tsukiji” which is Japan’s biggest fish market, for its fresh, thick, but tender texture. Come and enjoy this popular delicacy served over rice or on sushi; however, because of its television and radio coverage, shops sometimes run out, so please call and confirm in advance.
You can enjoy “Yuriage” ark shell at the following seafood restaurants in “Yuriage Saikai” Market
Mitazono,7-1-1, Natori City
022-398-5547 Click here
Hours : 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
022-784-3523 Click here
Hours : 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
*The shops close when seafood for sushi toppings has run out.
|Address||Yuriage Saikai Market, Mitazono, 7-1-1, Natori City|
|Contact Information||Contact: See above|
|Parking||Parking is available.|
|Access||Take the Sendai Airport Line to Mitazono Station or Mori-Sekinoshita Station. It is a 10-minute walk from either station.|
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