This okonomiyaki restaurant has been in business for about 50 years and is loved by the locals. Upon entering the restaurant, one is drawn to the long counter with 13 seats and the menu list displayed in a row. The menu is so diverse that it is hard to choose from, including okonomiyaki, yakisoba, yakiudon, teppan dishes, and more. It is recommended to sit at the counter and observe the craftsmanship at work. Enjoy watching the careful handiwork of the chefs and the process of cooking the okonomiyaki right in front of you.
The okonomiyaki is made using the same baking method that has been used since the establishment of the restaurant, and is characterized by its crispy surface and moist inside. The original blend of flour and sauce used for the dough is prepared every morning, and only the amount used that day is prepared. Conversation with the friendly owner and his wife is one of Kisaku's specialties. The owner is from Okinoerabu Island, so you can also taste Okinawan dishes such as goya chanpuru and rafte.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 11-27 Matsubaracho, Otsu City, Shiga
- Business Hours
- 11:00am - 8:00pm
- Lunch 1,000 yen and up, Dinner 2,000 yen and up
- 6 minute walk from JR Ishikawa Station
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted