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Where to eat
Daiki
Daiki is a Japanese restaurant in the heart of Ise City that serves various kinds of Japanese food, including sashimi (raw fish), sushi and tempura (fried vegetables and seafood) as well as a vegetarian menu (for example, a fried vegetable lunch or dinner set). Daiki has a large dining space that can accommodate one person or a large group of diners. There is also a private dining room available. An English menu is available at Daiki.
Access: 1-minute walk from Kintetsu Ujiyamda train station
Biyagura
Biyagura is the restaurant attached to Ise Kadoya Microbrewery, noted for producing many world-class, award wining craft beers. In addition to a large assortment of beer, Biyagura serves Japanese traditional fare such as sashimi (raw fish) and tempura, western-style sausages, cheeses, pasta, pizza and omelets. All Biyagura foods go well with their draft or bottled beers. Biyagura also serves many other kinds of alcoholic drinks and of course, many kinds of non-alcoholic beverage are also available. For more information, please visit their English website (http://www.isekadoya.com/) where you can view a full menu of available items.
Okage Yokocho and Oharai Dori (street)
There are more than 100 different kinds of specialty shops and restaurants located within Okage Yokocho and along Oharai Street where visitors can find all kinds of Japanese and western-style finger foods, snacks, as well as gourmet style lunches and dinners. And don’t forget the numerous and delectable sweets! We invite you to explore the many shops and restaurants located here—which many believe is a “must see” in Ise.
Tel:
Okage Yokocho 0596-23-8838 (Japanese only).
Oharai Dori 0596-28-3705 (Japanese only).

Access: Take a loop line bus that runs between Naiku and Geku departing from JR/Kintetsu Ise-shi train station. Get off at Jingu Kaikan Mae bus stop.
Japanese Restaurant, “Miyabi” (Ise City Hotel Annex 1F)
Miyabi is located on the first floor of the Ise City Hotel Annex which is walking distance from both JR/Kintetsu Ise-shi train station and Kintetsu Ujiyamada train station. Miyabi serves seasonal food and Shabu Shabu (a type of hot-pot dish containing vegetables and thinly sliced beef and served with soy-based or sesame-based dipping sauces). Miyabi serves a set breakfast from 7:00 to 10:00 for 700 yen.
Hours:
7:00 to 10:00 (breakfast)
11:00 to 15:00 (lunch)
17:00 to 22:00 (dinner)
Please note: Miyabi is open until 21:00 on Sundays
Tel: Ise City Hotel Annex 0596-22-5100 (Japanese only).

Access: 5-minute walk from either JR/Kintetsu Ise-shi train station or Kintetsu Ujiyamda train station
Steak Restaurant, Ishikawa (Ise City Hotel 1F)
Steak Restaurant, Ishikawa is located on the first floor of the Ise City Hotel Annex which is walking distance from both JR/Kintetsu Ise-shi train station and Kintetsu Ujiyamada train station. Steak Restaurant, Ishikawa serves world famous, Matsusaka beef. In addition, they serve hamburger steaks as well as many other reasonable à la carte Japanese foods. Steak Restaurant, Ishikawa has a reasonable and very popular lunch menu starting from 730 yen.
Hours:
(Mondays) 11:00 to 15:00
(Tuesdays to Saturdays) 11:30 to 22:00
(Sundays) 11:30 to 21:00
Tel: Ise City Hotel 0596-28-2111 (Japanese only)

Access: 5-minute walk from either JR/Kintetsu Ise-shi train station or Kintetsu Ujiyamda train station



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