Japanese Food Uosaji

Japanese Food Uosaji

It is a set menu restaurant operated directly by a fish shop near the Kotsubo fishing port and loved by local people for quarter of a century. At lunch time, the table and counter seats with total of 40 seats, is always filled with regular customers and people working nearby. The recommended menus are the sashimi set with various seafood such as thick cut tuna, greater umberjack, octopus, sweet shrimp etc. Also, big and crispy deep fried horse mackerel was also a popular one. Open at night is irregular, so please check by phone beforehand.

Zushi · Hayama
Japanese Food Uosaji
ADDRESS 4-2-7 Kotsubo, Zushi-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0467-25-5086

11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.(Last order)、Sat/Ssun/Holidays 11:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m.(Last order)、6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (Last order 8:30 p.m.)


Monday (If Monday is a holiday, we will close the next day), the 2nd Monday (irregular Holidays)


Assorted local sashimi set 2,380 yen


Take Keikyu Bus bound for Kamakura Station via Kotsubo from JR Zushi Station, east exit about 15 minutes, get off at Kotsubo bus stop and walk 3 minutes. By car: about 16 minutes from Asahina IC via the Yokosuka-Yokohama Road.

PARKING LOT 5 cars (free)

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