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Hot Springs Spa Resorts in Shizuoka Prefecture: Yoshiharu Hotel in Izu Peninsula! 2: Dinner

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Service: Smiling and attentive
Facilities & Equipment: Traditional and ancient, partly renovated, but extremely clean. Great washrooms. Spacious lobby with free coffee et al.
Prices: Appropriate to expensive. Cheaper on weekdays and in low seasons.
Strong points: Great baths overall. Private outdoors bath in rooms. Local gastronomy with local products.

Right from the beginning of a very pleasant dinner one understands that Yoshiharu Hotel does make an effort to use local products as much as possible!
Mind you, it is not too difficult when you know the wealth of the land and the nearby seashores!

No, this is not the main dish, but the main appetizers!

Salmon, salmon roe and grated Japanese yam.

Marinated scabbard fish.

White-flesh fish sashimi, sweet shrimp and raw cuttle fish.

A general view also featuring a small cup of umeshu/Japanese plum wine, and portable hot pot.

Local Fuji no Kuni Pork!

Scallops balls!

Umeshu!

Stewed persimmon, gingko nuts, deep-fried kabocha, shrimp caviar, yam, fried rice talks and vegetable tofu!

Deep-fried scabbard fish.

Oyster rice!

Shark fin and egg soup.

Pork cooking in its pot!

Home-made pickles.

Red miso soup with scallops balls.

The stewed pork with vegetables and red miso is ready!

Home-made sorbet!

See you at breakfast next!

YOSHIHARU HOTEL
Izu No Kuni City, Nagaoka, 989-10
Get down at Izu Nagaoka Station along the Izu Hakone Railway Line (leaving form Mishima City). Take a taxi (under 1,000 yen)
Tel.: 055-948-1212
Credit Cards OK
HOMEPAGE (Japanese)

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