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Blessings of Kyushu gathered in Hakata, the city of delicacies.

 

Hakata is a city blessed with a virtuous cycle for restaurants: "Good ingredients gather, so do good chefs, and good chefs gather because there are good chefs. Because there are good chefs, there are good ingredients. This is why so many people from all over the country and the world come to Hakata in search of delicious food.

Uozura is located at Miyako Hotel in front of the Chikushi Exit of Hakata Station. We specialize in "Nodoguro" and "Yarika" which are known as high quality fish.

We serve "Nodoguro (Benihime)" from Tsushima (a remote island in Nagasaki) and "Yarika" from Yobuko (a fishing port in Saga), taking advantage of our location here in Hakata, so that everyone can enjoy them easily.

Other ingredients are also purchased directly from producers in the Fukuoka area and are fresh.

Many live fish are directly traded with fishermen on the "Itoshima Peninsula. Large fresh fish such as tuna, yellowtail, hake, and sea bream are shipped directly from Katsumoto Fishing Port in Iki, Nagasaki Prefecture, an island located west of Fukuoka.

These excellent ingredients are prepared by artisans with extensive knowledge and solid skills.

The interior of the restaurant is decorated in a "Japanese" style, using mainly wood and stone with an impressive sense of materiality and gentle light. In this peaceful space, you can taste the treasures of the sea from the Genkai Sea in Kyushu.

Please pay attention to the tableware as well. Uozou" has selected some of Kyushu's finest Arita porcelain (Saga Prefecture) and Satsuma faceted glass (Kagoshima Prefecture), as well as other beautifully presented tableware and sake cups. Visitors can enjoy Kyushu's culture and crafts along with food from various regions of Kyushu.

We look forward to serving you for banquets, dinners with important people, and business entertainment.

About Tsushima "Nodoguro (Red-eyed Sea Urchin)

 

Large, striking eyes, bright red scales. When you look into its mouth, it is as black as darkness, and in contrast, its flesh is pure white. Nodoguro" is one of the most popular high-end fish in Japan today.

Among them, "Benihime," a brand name fish from Tsushima City, Nagasaki Prefecture, is exceptional.

Tsushima's "nodoguro" grows in the fast-flowing, nutrient-rich Tsushima Current.

The nodoguro are carefully caught one by one with a unique device called a "jigoku nawa," and only those that meet strict standards can become the "Benihitu" brand fish.

Red Hitomi" has such a rich flavor and elegant sweetness that it is called the "big fatty tuna of white meat" and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways.

About Yobuko "YARIKI" Squid

 

Yarika" are landed at Yobuko, a fishing port in Saga Prefecture, and brought directly to the fish warehouse.

The sight of the smooth swimming "yarika" glistening in the kesu is fantastic, even magical.

Our recommendation is the "Yarika Ikizukuri".

The body of yarika, which is as clear as water through the shiso leaves, is a sign of freshness.

The fish is pulled out of the water and cooked so quickly that it is still alive when served.

The crunchy texture and the unique sweetness of yarika.

You can also choose from three different types of sashimi, so you can enjoy all the deliciousness of fresh Yobuko "Yarika" (squid).

Uozou and Ebisu-sama

 

In Fukuoka Prefecture, belief in Ebisu is deeply rooted in various parts of the prefecture.

Hakata, a town of merchants, is no exception, with many shrines dedicated to Ebisu-sama, and there are famous festivals that have continued for 400 years, such as "Toka Ebisu" (Oebes-san) at the Toka Ebisu Shrine.

There is a legend in many places that "Ebisu-sama came from the sea," and Ebisu-sama is the god of bountiful fish catches and business mating.

We, "Uozora", serving mainly the bounty of the sea in Hakata, always keep in mind that we are grateful to Ebisu-sama for sharing the bounty of the sea with us, and we are thankful to nature and grateful to receive life.

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Store Information

Official】Hakata Fish Storehouse

Official】Hakata Fish Storehouse

address (e.g. of house)
〒812-0013
Miyako Hotel 2F, 2-1-1, Hakataekihigashi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Access
1 minute walk from Chikushi Exit of Hakata Station
Phone number
092-433-5214
Business Hours
Lunch: 11:00~15:00(LO.14:00)
Dinner: 17:00~23:00(LO.22:00)
regular closing day
Settlement Method
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Since Fukuoka Prefecture has been included in the priority treatment area for the prevention of the spread of the disease, business hours have been shortened.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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