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Osakana Daishokudo

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Seafood: Grilled Fish

Japanese: Fried Food, Kaisendonburi (Rice Topped with Sashimi)

Osakana Daishokudo Description

Located in Atami, the Osakana Daishokudo is a hidden gem for seafood enthusiasts. This cozy eatery offers a delightful array of fresh seafood dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds. From succulent sashimi to flavorful seafood donburi, each dish is carefully crafted to showcase the natural flavors of the ocean.

What sets Osakana Daishokudo apart is its commitment to using only the freshest ingredients sourced directly from local fishermen. The menu boasts a variety of seafood options, including specialties like Atami Station Seafood and Izu Peninsula Seafood Donburi. The restaurant's inviting atmosphere and friendly staff create a welcoming dining experience that is perfect for both intimate dinners and casual gatherings.

Step into Osakana Daishokudo and embark on a culinary journey through the flavors of the sea. Whether you're a seafood aficionado or simply looking to try something new, this charming restaurant is a must-visit destination for anyone craving authentic Japanese seafood cuisine.

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Osakana Daishokudo Overview


2f Atami Uokuma Building 1 3 Tawarahonchō, Atami, Shizuoka 413-0011


+81 (0) 557-48-6855


3 minute walk from Atami Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-8:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Osakana Daishokudo Reviews

Osakana Daishokudo Google Average Rating



A MUST TRY in Atami. Recommend the Kaisen don (biggest picture on the menu). 3 ways to eat: 1) with shoyu 2) with sesame sauce 3) with dashi (my favourite way!) The (sea bream?) dashi is creamy yet not heavy, and warms you from inside out. Call the staff and ask for "dashi kudasai" (dashi, please) when you have ~half-a third left of your kaisen don.

Note the restaurant for ala-carte orders is on the 2nd floor; the 3rd floor seems to offer buffet style.

How to queue: there's a machine on the 1st floor, to the left of the entrance. Enter the restaurant (2nd floor) and the number of pax. You will get a QR code, after which you can leave and shop around the area. The link from the QR code will tell you how many pax is ahead of you, and also when you can start heading back to the restaurant when it's nearing your queue number, so keep checking or enter your contact details to be notified.

Once you see the message for you to head back, do so and go to the 2nd floor, where there's a physical queue. There's a staff who will be calling out the queue numbers, so knowing basic Japanese numbers will be useful. If not, just ask the staff. In the meantime, decide on what you're going to eat. You will order before heading to your seat.

A staff will explain how to eat, and also help you take a picture. Service is boisterous :)


A pretty high energy place. Don't be fooled, the photos of food look amazing. Unfortunately what you get is not as big and thick as advertised. It's still decent food but probably not what you expect from the pictures. 100% must try the dashi (broth) over rice though, best part of the whole meal! Nice and polite staff.


There is always a line up in this place, even on a Wednesday! They have a ticket machine at the entry and if u register with them, then they will message u when your table is ready. We tried to go at lunch time but the line was a bit long so we left. We tried again at dinner at 1730pm, it was much better with no line. Unfortunately they only serve sashimi buffet for weekday lunches, so we ordered from the A la Carte menu. The sashimi bowls was fresh but nothing surprising. The Otoro was very good quality tho. They had self service water and tea which was nice.


The wait is long.
But the dine was well worth it.
You can’t really say you’ve been to Atami if you haven’t ate their fish here. :3

They even take a good photo for you.



If you’re looking for a place where kitchen staff yells at you when you come in, this is the place to be. 5/5 would come again. Food is also good!

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