The first starters!
Service: A bit shy but very kind and attentive
Equipment and Facilities: Overall very clean. Excellent washroom
Strong Points: Authentic izakaya cuisine. Nice list of sake and shochu. Accent on local products, especially seasonal fish.
Superb set of local fish sashimi (part 1)!
Shimizu Ku (formerly Shimizu City before its merger with Shizuoka City) has of late been witnessing a revival of its old quarters, what with the new influx of tourists and the modernization of the access to its fishing harbor!
Get off at Shimizu JR Station, turn on the left, get down the stairs, walk on the left across a small street and continue until you find a long covered arcade on your left.
This has become the location for new izakayas, shops and bars!
You will find Maru Ryou/まる両 easily enough!
Superb set of local fish sashimi (part 2)!
I had the pleasure to discover the place thanks to a friend who happens to be a true local of this part of the city!
As we share a taste of good local food and drinks, I was sure to come to the right place!
They do have a nice list of local sake in particular, and you must try the fish as this is a major fishing town in the whole of Japan!
Fresh raw shirasu/sardine whiting, a local specialty!
As a true Japanese izakaya they will also offer all kinds of cooked various ways!
Japanese chicken brochettes/yakitori!
Back to fish with another loala fish: aji tataki/horse mackerel tartare! unbeatable frshness!
A specialty of the place, a bit out the ordinary: Unagi tamago donburi/ eel and egg bowl!
And to beat the cold outside before going home: Ochazuke/rice tea soup!
Can’t to go there again, alone or in good company, whatever the time of the year!
424-0816 Shizuoka City, Shimizu Ku, Masago Cho, 2-18
Opening hours: 16:00~21:00
Closed on Sundays
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