At Hisami, the focus of the cuisine is local, and with Taiza Port only a few minutes away, they create a variety of fish dishes that use the fresh catch of the day. They have perfected local delicacies like seafood rice bowls, homemade sesame pickles, as well as seasonal dishes. Despite being a local restaurant, Hisami also has a lineup of international dishes, and special full course meals created around the taiza crab (locally-caught, and famous across Japan). The must-try item is the homemade heshiko (rice bran mackerel), which has become quite a local specialty. If you want to buy it as a take-home souvenir, it’s also sold right next door at Heshiko Kobo HISAMI, a café also run by Hisami. It’s quite stylish and newly opened.
- 1830 Tangocho, Kyotango, Kyoto Prefecture
- Train: About 25 minutes by taxi from Amino Station on the Kyoto Tango Railway
Car: About 40 minutes by car from the Yosanamanohashidate IC on the Kyoto Expressway
- Business Hours
- 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Last order, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Last order
*Business hours may change depending on the season.
Closed: Wednesday, Thursday once a month (Open on public holidays)
- Price Range
- Lunch 1,500 - 2,500 yen, Dinner 1,500 - 2,500 yen
- Payment Options
- Credit card payment (VISA, mastercard, Diners Club), electronic money payment, QR code payment