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Sushikyu (Tekone-zushi)
Sushikyu (Tekone-zushi)
Sushikyu (Tekone-zushi)
Tekone-zushi is a local Ise delicacy where seafood like skipjack and maguro (tuna) is marinated in soy sauce and then combined with sushi rice. It is said that Tekone-zushi was named after fishermen soaking the skipjack tuna that they caught in between catches in soy sauce on deck, then lavishly mixing in and eating the vinegared rice which they had brought with them.

Sushikyu, with its outstanding location overlooking the Isuzu River, is our recommendation if you are going to eat Tekone-zushi. The shop, which is constructed out of old timber from the Uji bridge from the 1869 sengu (the tradition of rebuilding Ise Shrine every 20 years), is an invaluable piece of Ise’s cultural heritage. Sushikyu has a unique atmosphere found nowhere else.
Address (Within Okage Yokocho) 20 Ujinakanokiricho, Ise-shi, Mie-ken, 516-0025
Directions Public Transportation
From Kintetsu Ujiyamada Station, take the Sanko Bus bound for Naiku for approximately 15 minutes. Sushikyu is located five minutes on foot from the Jingu Kaikan-Mae bus stop.

By car
Exit the Ise Motorway at the terminal Ise Interchange and head toward Naiku (“the inner shrine”) on National Route 23, arriving at the municipal Urata parking lot. Walk approximately 500m toward Naiku.
Hours of operation 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM (orders stop at 7:30 PM)
Telephone 0596-27-0229
Website Official site
Closed Open all year round (closed all day for the 1st and last day of every month and also on Tuesday nights)
All information posted here are as of January 14, 2016.
Please be aware that current information may differ from contents posted.

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