Matsumae Sanshoku Rice Bowls with Glue Plant Miso Soup and Matsumae Pickles -Urasato-
May 8th, 2014
Speaking of Tuna, Oma town in Aomori prefecture is famous in Japan, but the tuna is caughted in Matsumae town locaed in Oma town across Tsugaru strait. Tuna sanshoku (マグロ三色丼 * Sanshoku means three kinds) bowls is appealed to tourists in Matsumae town, and visitors can eat that meal at 3 restaurants. I visited Urasato (浦里) this time. Urasato is a Japanese-style restaurant. An owner was a former sumo wrestler, and the sumo wrestler's stew (Chankonabe) is a noted dish, too. Furthermore, the visitors seem to eat a ramen planned by TV program.
By the way, Matsumae Tuna Sanshoku Rice Bowls are defined as 3 kinds of tuna dishes with glue plant miso soup and matsumae pickles. 3 kinds of dishes are different by each restaurants. "Tempura Rice Bowl", "Grated Yam and Tuna Rice Bowl" and "Salad Rice Bowl" were served at the Urasato. I was interested in the salad rice bowl in particular. Wasabi seemed to be contained and it tasted pungent peppery hot. The taste went well with a liquor and I want to eat it with drinks. The price was JPY 1300.
Matsumae Tuna Sanshoku Rice Bowls and Atmosphere of Restaurant Can Be Watched on Youtube
|Parking lot||Parking is provided (15 Cars)|
|Regular closing day||Wednesday|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||862 058 441*37|
A page of Matsumae is here