Car park for motorised visitors!
Service: shy but very welcoming and attentive
Equipment and facilities: overall very clean if a bit rustic. Excellent washroom outside, better than expected considering their outlook.
Strong points: top-class fresh oysters and eel! All local!
If you like oysters, especially fresh and eels, preferably local, Maisaka Maruma Kofukumaru (long name as they also add “Kakiya/Oyster Place” to it!) is the place!
A bit difficult to find, follow the Google Map link below for people who come by car. As for train travelers get off at Maisaka JR Station!
Mariners’ good luck charm?
It does not look much as it is owned by the local oyster and eel farmers!
Minimal decoration but scrumptious food!
The common toilets/washroom outside. Actually very clean and practical in spite of the rustic appearance!
If the place is busy (and it can be very busy on winter weekends!) a waiting room is there for you!
Very simple but very convivial!
Some customers do come after a long drive!
The official logos of the place!
Recommendations of the day!
The menu, with photographs for better understanding!
Fresh oysters from nearby Hamana lake!
Actually steamed oysters are even better!
With authentic tradiitonal Japanese country food!
With light white miso and shellfish soup and Japanese pickles!
Mazegohan/mixed steamed rice!
Local eel lunch set!
Light broth soup and Japanese pickles!
Extremely reasonably priced local roiled eel on rice bowl!
Authentic. local, tasty and so healthy!
Definitely worth the long trip!
MAISAKA MARUMA KOFUKUMARU/舞阪マルマ 幸福丸
〒431-0211 Shizuoka Prefecture, hamamatsu City, Maisaka, 2621-114
Opening hours: 10:00~16:00. Closed on Thursdays.
Access by train: get off at Maisaka JR Station.
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