Blessings of the nearby sea and mountains of Wakasa,
Japanese and western sensitivities cross over,
can only be found here now,
the cuisine of Uchitomi.
Facing the Wakasa Bay, surrounded by sea and mountains,
Shitsumi is a tiny village on the sea with the rich nature.
Uchitomi sea is abundant of seafood.
Obama produces a lot of vegetables.
Wakasa area are famous of gibier (wild games), boars and deers.
The blessing of the Sea and the Mountains.
Japanese and Western sensitivities crossover at the Restaurant by the sea.
Restaurant built of the village by the sea,
Looking at the sea. Listening to the sound of waves,
You can enjoy the dinner.
18:00-22:00 (21:30 Last Order)
Reservation required 4 days in advance.
Fisherman Toru Nishikawa, who has been running the minshuku, guest house, in Shitsumi.
Chef Shingo Yanagi, specialist of Italian cuisine,
Chef Atsushi Nakahigashi, specialist of Japanese cuisine, active in Kyoto and NY, in principle of ""One Rice One Soup"".
Uchitomi cuisine is created by the collaboration of the sensibility of the three experts.
Fresh seafood caught in Uchitomi,
Fresh vegetable from Obama,
Gibier (wild games) of Wakasa,
Materials can only be obtained here.
Enjoy the course dinner of the season.
"Dried fish in soy sauce" and "Heshiko" fermented fish, breakfast made by the traditional method are the Obama specialties.
Bake on a small grill on the table.
Enjoy the delicious rice cooked in a Donabe, earthenware pot, with the tasty fish rough miso soup.
11:30-15:00 (14:00 Last Order)
Enjoy the fresh seafood of the season of Uchitomi.
Try the Shitsumi Octopus Rice dish, cooked from the catch by the owner by himself.
The Uchitomi Paella, made of fresh seafood, is the specialty of the restaurant.
Daily specialty Pasta, made of the fresh catch of the day can be recommendable.
15-3 Shitsumi,Obama-city, Fukui-Prefecture.
Reservation Phone No.
Lunch：11:30〜15:00（14:00 Last Order）Reservation Available
Dinner：18:00〜22:00（21:30 Last Order）Reservation required 4 days in advance.
17 minutes by taxi from JR Obama station.