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Fusaya Daimonten


Fusaya Daimonten Description

Located in Hakodate, Hokkaido, Fusaya Daimonten offers a unique dining experience specializing in okonomiyaki and teppanyaki. The restaurant is conveniently situated near Hakodate Station, making it easily accessible for locals and tourists alike.

Fusaya Daimonten store stands out for its diverse menu featuring a wide range of okonomiyaki and teppanyaki dishes, showcasing the flavors of Hakodate and Hokkaido. From savory okonomiyaki with fresh seafood to sizzling teppanyaki grilled to perfection, each dish is a culinary delight. The restaurant's cozy and inviting ambiance, coupled with its attentive service, creates a welcoming atmosphere for guests to enjoy a memorable dining experience. Whether you are a fan of traditional Japanese cuisine or looking to explore new flavors, Fusaya Daimonten store is a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts seeking authentic and delicious dishes in Hakodate.

Fusaya Daimonten Overview


18-22 Wakamatsuchō, Hakodate, Hokkaido 040-0063


+81 (0) 138-26-0064


5 minute walk from Hakodate Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 4:30PM-12:00AM
Mon: 4:30PM-12:00AM
Tue: 4:30PM-12:00AM
Wed: 4:30PM-12:00AM
Thur: 4:30PM-12:00AM
Fri: 4:30PM-12:00AM
Sat: 4:30PM-12:00AM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, JCB

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted

Craft cocktails


Sake Selection

Fusaya Daimonten Reviews

Fusaya Daimonten Google Average Rating



Yummy! Can't complain about the dishes at all. Grilled chicken offal is delicious.
The only problem is that there are only few (pricey) dishes on English menu. You'll need google translate if you want to order authentic izakaya dishes.


The food here is pretty decent at its price point, drinks were good and staff were friendly not sure what else you are looking for!

1. Without a reservation, managed to get a table for 4 in 10 minutes
2. Scallop sashimi as well as seared scallops were fresh and tasted great!
3. Yakisoba is not something you should miss despite how simple it sounds!!!

All in all, despite the staff not being able to speak English, we managed to communicate enough to sure the team got it's meal :)


4.5 - This izakaya offered a range of rare sashimi ingredients like Donko, Sailfin poacher, Stingray, Sea squirt and Sculpin. Food quality and price are well justified. I recommended to try their fresh sashimi such as Donko and stingray. Other hot food includes Yam Okonomiyaki and Beef Sagari.


Meal: Dinner
Day Visited: Tuesday
Budget: ¥3,500
Closest Station: Hakodate St.
Reservation Needed?: Maybe
Payment: Cash; Credit
Kid Friendly?: No
English Menu?: Yes

We had so much fun at this izakaya tonight. Packed on a Tuesday, this izakaya has an overwhelming menu, which includes everything from live squid (their speciality and highly recommended) to sashimi, to yakitori, noodles and hot pot.

Two floors; both are comfortable. We found the service to be quite good and the prices reasonable.


Great service and food.

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