[Shibuki Eel Specialty Restaurant]
Crispy, yet soft. The subtly sweet sauce made to a secret recipe is the key to the taste
Shibuki is a long-established eel restaurant with 60 years of history, situated on the street in front of the Kanzanji Temple. After the eel has been grilled until the skin is golden brown, excess fat is removed through steaming, before the eel is dipped in the secret sauce and then carefully grilled again. This is what makes Shibuki's grilled eel crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The popular "Hitsumabushi" is first eaten as it is; the second serving includes plum, green perilla leaf, sesame, chives etc.; and lastly, a special kelp broth is poured on and it is eaten as a rice soup. The eels used are Japanese, mainly from Lake Hamana.
|Posted photos||Main Top your "Hitsumabushi" with various seasonings and relish it in many different ways
Two photos Upper "Jo-unaju", with high quality, thick pieces of eel, lower In "Tonosama Gozen", more than two eels are used per person to create dishes like eel grilled with and without sauce, rolled eel omelette, and skewered and grilled liver
|Address||Kanzanji-cho 2252-1, Nishi Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture|
|Phone||+81-53-487-0153 (Japanese only)|
|Opening hours||Weekdays: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m
Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
|Holidays||Every Monday night, Wednesday
* Some unscheduled holidays.
|Price||Hitsumabushi 3,850 yen
Tonosama Gozen 5,800 yen
Jo-unaju 3,450 yen
Unagi-don 2,480 yen
|Access||Take the Entetsu Bus bound for Kanzanji Onsen from "Hamamatsu Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 50 minutes, alight at "Kanzanji Onsen" and walk for approx. 5 minutes.|
updated on Aug 31, 2017
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