Restaurants Why not try local specialties in Shakotan?

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Oshokujidokoro Shakotan no Sachi Misaki

The ocean-fresh sea urchin caught by the owner is completely free from preservatives and has a melting texture.

Repeat customers often form long lines in front of the restaurant.

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Sugino Honten Unizenya (Shakotan Branch)

The sea urchin bowl, seafood bowl and other dishes made with local ingredients are popular here. Grilled fish, curry and a daily special are also available.

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Shokudo Rinko

A good restaurant for individuals as well as groups.

Handmade gifts are sold on the first floor.

You can enjoy fresh seafood from Shakotan here.

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Yamatomi

Noodles and rice bowl dishes are mainly offered at lunch.

Highly recommended is the salt ramen.

At night, the restaurant turns into a Japanese-style pub that serves char-grilled chicken and other dishes.

From June to August, bowls of rice topped with fresh salt-water sea urchin are available for an affordable price.  

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Nomikuidokoro Heihachi

Highly recommended is the generous assortment of fresh sashimi. Sushi, rolled sushi, deep-fried dishes and various other dishes are also on the menu.

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Seafood and rice bowl dishes Miharashi-so

Fresh natural abalone and other shellfish are served here.

The restaurant also opens for dinner with reservations only.

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Sushidokoro Kasai

This sushi restaurant is available by advanced reservation only.

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Restaurant Green Holiday

Customers are welcomed with dahlia and hydrangea from July to mid-October.

Homegrown raspberries and rhubarb are used for the popular ice cream and soft-serve ice cream.

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Shokujidokoro Jun no Mise

A variety of dishes, including sea urchin bowl, seafood bowl and other rice bowl dishes as well as deep-fried dishes and set meals, are served here.

The Shakotan Zangi (fried chicken) is a popular Shakotan soul food.

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Fujizushi Main Branch

This is the main branch of Fujizushi, which has five branches in Shakotan, Niseko, Otaru, Susukino and Yoichi. The taste when the restaurant was established in 1967 still remain the same. Customers are welcomed with a variety of Shakotan dishes made with ocean-fresh seasonal seafood.

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