Japanese Cuisine Mari Shimajuku
Delicious foods from our island, provided with Moromi flavor, derived from the main fermenting mash in the production of soy sauce
Soy sauce production in Shodoshima Island has a long history of more than 400 years. In Meiji era, around Hishio-no-sato where Mari is located, there were more than 400 soy sauce manufacturers. The building which now houses Mari was included as one of them. With this heritage and spirit in mind, Mari is crafting unique cuisines with special seasonings from this island.
|Store name||Japanese Cuisine Mari Shimajuku|
|Address||Naebakko 2011, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun|
|Access||About 10 minutes by car from Kusaba Port, about 20 minutes by car from Ikeda Port, about 5 minutes by car from Sakate Port|
|Business hours||Lunch: 12: 00-14: 00
Supper: 18: 00-22: 00
|Credit card||VISA / MasterCard / JCB / American Express / Diners Club / UFJ / DC|
|Non-smoking and smoking seats||All seats are non-smoking|
|Parking Lot||10 stand|
Soy sauce kaiseki: 10,972 yen (tax included) / night only
Bamboo basket set: 4,042 yen (tax and service charge included) / lunch only
|Facilities / services||Private room (up to 25 people), Wi-Fi|
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