Hashidate Tea House
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Enjoy our specialty dishes such as asari don (rice bowl) and black chikuwa while watching Amanohashidate, one of Japan's Three Most Scenic Spots
Asari don is fisherman’s food. It is eaten for a long time.
Seasoning is different depending on the restaurants, such as boiled clams in a broth, clams with eggs.
|Access||8 minute walk from Amano-Hashidate Station of KTR|
|Regular holiday||Thursday（open every day in summer season）|
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