Restaurant みやふじ 310 Miyanoshita Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture 250-0404 Japan Published on: 28-02-2016
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Why Sushi Miyafuji is special ?
Sushi Miyafuji is the nice restaurant with the warm atmosphere. The restaurant serves Sushi, the Japenese traditional food. In Sushi Miyafuji, you will admire the many different kinds of Sushi. Moreover, the restaurant also has Japanese sake (Nihonshu), you can try and chat with your friendly to relax after a hard working day. Sushi Miyafuji is well known for horse mackerel bowl which got in Gulf of Sagami in with specially made sauce. With the friendly environment and the good service, you will be satisfied with thí restaurant.
Must try dish:
Horse mackerel bowl: JPY 1575 ($12)
Horse mackerel grip 2 kan: JPY 700 ($6)
How to get to Sushi Miyafuji?
Available from Hakone Yumoto Station every 15 – 30 min by Hakone Tozan Railway. Trains bound for Gora stop at “Miyanoshita”, our nearby station. Approximate durations from Hakone Yumoto and “Miyanoshita” is 25 min. Following the down slope from Miyanoshita Station and turn left on the Route 1, you will reach to Sushi Miyafuji approximately in 10 min.
- Sushi Heaven
- Delicious sushi in a friendly atmosphere
- Great service, awesome staffs
- Nice sushi place in Hakone
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
みやふじ 310 Miyanoshita Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture 250-0404 Japan
Tips for you
This is a short 5 minute walk from Fujiya hotel with a semi-late last order at 7:30 pm, open every day except Tuesday. (Open for lunch 11:30-2:30, dinner 5:30-7:30.) If you're staying at the Fujiya Hotel, ask the hotel for a map of the outside restaurants to get easy directions. We had the most perfect omakase (chef’s choice) for about 2800 yen each. Each sushi was perfect, we even had a piece I had never had before – half tuna and half toro, where the chef must have had had a cut right between tuna meat and the belly. Everything was perfectly prepared, the fish was room temperature and the chef had pre-seasoned each piece of sushi. The omakase that we got would easily run $50 in United States at the restaurant we get, and probably twice the price in Tokyo. We kept on commenting how perfect the sushi was, and ordered a second omakase to share, because it was so good. We were rewarded with even better cuts of fish – the chef said he changed it up a bit, but I also think the chef rewards loyalty. This is the Japan sushi you dream of, right in a little town of Hakone. If you’re a foodie, there’s no need to waste meals, head to Miyanoshita and have the real thing. The Hokane Tozan bus runs relatively late, so you can get here from Hakone-Yomoto, too. If we were to stay at the Fujiya Hotel again, we would probably come here every night.