Toki no Kura

Toki no Kura

Izakaya Toki no Kura is located near the Megane (eye glass) Museum in Sabae City, Fukui Prefecture, famous for the largest eye glass production in the nation. Toki no Kura’s fine cuisine was awarded Bib Gourmand by Michelin. This wonderful dining spot attracts fans from all regions.

The name derives from the prominent Fukui’s special sake, Bon-Tokishirazu. You can taste their delicious dishes at the counter or settle in a private room with a very tranquil and relaxed atmosphere.

The restaurant’s impressive interior is designed after a traditional Japanese storehouse, kura. The menu consists of a wide variety of seasonal seafood, e.g., nodoguro (seaperch) and sasakarei (flounder) caught off the coast of the Sea of Japan. Also served is fresh fish from the Echizen Coast, Fukui Prefecture's proudest fishing grounds. Their menu also incorporates many delicacies from local farms and the surrounding nature, insuring the freshest seasonal produce comes directly from the Echizen region; on offer well is the very special Wakasa beef.

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Daily lunch menus are made with the best seasonal ingredients.
Interior design is inspired by a traditional storehouse.
A private room is also available
A hideaway appearance

Details

Name in Japanese
ときの蔵
Postal Code
916-0042
Address
2-2-1 Shinyokoe, Sabae City, Fukui
Tel
0778-29-1219
Closed
Sunday, and two Mondays per month.
Business Hours
Lunch 11:30am-2:00pm, Dinner 5:30pm-10:30pm
Lunch is available only from Tuesday to Friday
Budget
Lunch 3,000yen, Dinner 6,000 yen
Access
12 minutes’ walk from Sabae Station on the JR Hokuriku Main Line.
Credit Cards
Accepted

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