Tohoku Restaurants

Tohoku is a great place for fresh food, whether from the fields, mountains, forests, or seas. Restaurants range from local sake shacks to upscale sushi bars and steak houses, and dress may be street-casual to office attire. Rarely will it be formal. Menus may not always be in English, but you can often find window displays full of plastic representations of the menu. Credit cards are fine in cities, but they are not always accepted in the countryside, so bring along enough cash. In many restaurants you'll take your shoes off at the entry and place them in a cubicle.

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  • 1. Azuma-ya

    $$ | Japanese

    Hearty soba is made from plentiful northern buckwheat, and Azuma-ya is easily Morioka's most famous place to eat these healthful noodles. The...Read More

  • 2. Maruhachi Yatarazuke

    $$ | Japanese

    Housed in a converted warehouse in the Maruhachi Yatarazuke complex, the Komian Maruhachi restaurant serves traditional Yamagata dishes such...Read More

  • 3. Aji Tasuke

    $$ | Aoba-ku | Japanese

    This birthplace of Sendai's famous gyutan (grilled beef tongue) proudly serves excellent and inexpensive meals. It is a very casual environment...Read More

  • 4. Beko Masamune

    $$ | Aoba-ku | Japanese

    Fearless, meat-loving gourmets should stop at this slightly hidden gem. The use of wood in the decor create a relaxed atmosphere where you can...Read More

  • 5. Go Shu In Sen

    $$ | Aoba-ku | Seafood

    A good place for cheap seafood and sake, you can't beat the lunch deals at Go Shu In Sen. This casual dining option is also a great place to...Read More

  • 6. Inaniwa Sato Yosuke

    $$ | Japanese

    Noodles can only be called Inaniwa Udon if they are produced in Inaniwa. Established in 1860, this noodle empire has many branches across the...Read More

  • 7. Ippachi-zushi

    $$ | Seafood

    What was once an early-20th-century warehouse is now a modern sushi restaurant. The fish here is fresh, and the price is right, with a price...Read More

  • 8. Mimasu Sushi and Bento

    $$ | Japanese

    The highlights here are good sushi, tempura, and donburi —bowls with cutlets, tempura, or chicken on top of rice. In this old-fashioned...Read More

  • 9. Mitsu-ishi

    $$ | Japanese

    Crowded with locals, Mitsu-ishi has a convivial atmosphere and dishes that appeal to everyone. If you're in the mood for drinks and some finger...Read More

  • 10. Mitsuya Honten Soba Restaurant

    $$ | Japanese

    A short walk from JR Yamagata Station will put you in front of some fine and slightly chewy Yamagata soba noodles. Everything is good here,...Read More

  • 11. Pyon Pyon Sha Morioka Ekimae Ten

    $$ | Korean

    Reimen —a dish of clear noodles served cold with spicy kimchi, hard-boiled egg, watermelon, and a slice of beef—is a Korean delicacy that has...Read More

  • 12. Shojiya

    $$ | Japanese

    Yamagata is famous for soba, and Shojiya is the oldest soba restaurant in Yamagata. Go for lunch and then wander around the neighborhood. The...Read More

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