Originally located in the small shopping street directly in front of the Kamaishi Daikannon, the hand-made soba and udon noodle restaurant Minatoan had been operating for over 30 years before they made the move to Uogashi-cho and started afresh as the Uogashi Shokudo. However, due to the damaged wrecked by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, the restaurant is currently operating out of the temporary shopping units in Shinhama-cho. Open from early in the morning, the shop is widely popular among those living and working in the bay area.
The handmade soba noodles are a popular favorite
The Uogashi Shokudo’s core philosophy is to value people-to-people connections – among the citizens of Kamaishi, those visiting Kamaishi and anyone who happens to love Kamaishi.
|Name||1-1 Shinhama-chō, Kamaishi City, Iwate Prefecture 026-0015
|Closed||Open every day|
|Parking||10 spaces available|
Information current as of May 2015. Business hours may have changed.
Currently open in the temporary shopping units opposite the fish market
Recommended Menu Items
|Kamaishi Ramen (small rice included) ¥450||Sashimi Set ¥650|
|Grilled Fish Set ¥650||Daily Special Set ¥650|
|Seafood on Rice (salmon roe, tuna, cod) ¥1,000||Uogashi Set (sashimi, grilled fish) ¥1,000|
|Raw Uni Sea Urchin on Rice, Seasonal Menu ¥1,500|
Kamaishi Ramen ¥450 – light ramen with a small serve of rice incl.
Sashimi Set ¥650 – various delicious sets featuring sashimi or grilled fish