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Japanese: Izakaya

Seafood: Grilled Fish


Ageha Overview


1-chōme-1-28 Hirosaka, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0962


+81 (0) 90-8260-2995


5 minute walk from Karasuma or Katamachi bus stop
13 minute walk from Nomachi Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: Closed
Wed: Closed
Thur: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 6:00PM-10:00PM

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Ageha Description

Ageha is a charming restaurant located in Kanazawa, Japan, specializing in seafood and Japanese cuisine. With a cozy and inviting atmosphere, Ageha offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

The menu at Ageha features a variety of delectable dishes that showcase the freshest seafood available. From sashimi to sushi rolls, each dish is expertly prepared and beautifully presented. One of the standout menu items is the seafood donburi, a bowl filled with a generous portion of rice topped with an assortment of succulent seafood. The combination of flavors and textures in this dish is truly exceptional.

What makes Ageha truly special is its commitment to using only the finest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. The chefs at Ageha have mastered the art of Japanese cuisine, creating dishes that are both visually stunning and incredibly delicious. Whether you're a seafood lover or simply looking for an unforgettable dining experience, Ageha is the perfect choice.

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Sake Selection

Ageha Reviews

Ageha Google Average Rating


Ageha Tabelog Average Rating



My friend who lives near suggested me and I went for lunch. Usually, they have a long line: yuinjapan outside but I was lucky slightly got in. sashimi is fresh and thick slices. Owner and his wife are very friendly, he served two additional appetizers as surprised. Also, he kindly told me his favorite cafe and that place is also fantastic. I had dine by myself but they warmly welcomed me and we chit chatted over 1 hour. It is a great experience and I would definitely love to come back when I visit Kanazawa next time for sure.


one best place for lunch. you should wait but no disappointed.


The first time I went to this restaurant, I was turned away by a notice saying it was closed. I was finally able to enter the store on my second visit.
When I told the very friendly general that I had the first day off, he told me that he often has to take a break in a hurry to chase his rugby player's son. (My son is NEC Green Rockets player Ueda!?)

Without hesitation, I ordered ``Friedage Gozen''.
The menu includes four types of fresh sashimi (boiled sea bream, yellowtail, medium fatty tuna, and flounder), fluffy manju (choice of fried eel liver manju), freshly fried fish cakes and stews, and seafood kimchi (for chazuke). Take some extra) and finish with rice (free refills).

As the reputation suggests, everything is delicious, but the manju in particular is a masterpiece that stimulates your five senses like never before.

When I heard the story, I learned that the general was originally managing the manufacturing of fried foods for a company that sold fried foods to restaurants. It's a satisfying taste...
At the end, you can have your rice made into ochazuke. This soup stock is creamy and delicious.

It was very satisfying.
This is a shop you definitely want to visit again when you come to Kanazawa!


Translated from Japanese:

This is a popular store near Korinbo, and there is always a line. After the Noto Peninsula earthquake, there were many cancellations from tourists, so we had to wait in line to get in. Ageha Gozen is the best service! Since they specialize in surimi, the filling of the seafood manju changes daily. Today is eel and pumpkin...


Translated from Japanese:

Located near the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. Reservations are required at night, and the restaurant is so popular that there is a long line during the day. Capacity is about 10 people per round. Business hours start at 11:30, and when I arrived just before 11:00, there were about 20 people in line. Maybe because there are a lot of people, it's 11 o'clock...


Translated from Japanese:

It's obvious that it's delicious, but it would be presumptuous of me to comment on it one by one. A counter-only restaurant run by a husband and wife. It was a restaurant with the best value for money and was visited by many foreign tourists and celebrities. I'm starting to like Kanazawa even more.

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