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Uchiyama Description

Located just a 4-minute walk from Akasaka Station, Uchiyama is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience in the heart of Fukuoka. This Japanese restaurant is known for its carefully selected seasonal ingredients and exquisite dishes. The warm and inviting atmosphere is enhanced by the wooden counter seats, creating a cozy and intimate setting for guests to enjoy their meal.

One of the highlights of Uchiyama is their selection of sake. The owner takes pride in curating a collection of delicious and high-quality sake from all over Japan. This allows guests to pair their meal with the perfect sake, enhancing the flavors of the dishes even further.

The menu at Uchiyama features a variety of dishes that showcase the best of Japanese cuisine. From seasonal small plates to carefully crafted main courses, each dish is prepared with precision and attention to detail. Whether you're a fan of traditional Japanese flavors or looking to try something new, Uchiyama has something to satisfy every palate.

If you're looking for a unique dining experience in Fukuoka, Uchiyama is the place to be. With its exceptional cuisine, cozy atmosphere, and extensive sake selection, this restaurant sets itself apart from the rest. Make a reservation and embark on a culinary journey that will delight your senses and leave you craving for more.

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Uchiyama Overview


1-chōme-1-17 Akasaka, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka 810-0042


+81 (0) 80-1540-0118


4 minute walk from Akasaka Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:30PM-11:00PM
Tue: 6:30PM-11:00PM
Wed: 6:30PM-11:00PM
Thur: 6:30PM-11:00PM
Fri: 6:30PM-11:00PM
Sat: 6:30PM-11:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted



Sake Selection

Uchiyama Reviews

Uchiyama Google Average Rating



It's been a long time since I last visited this restaurant that I would like to recommend to someone.
Although it is a counter only shop, it is a cozy shop with good lighting. Is it easy to talk to up to 3 people if you sit in the corner?
The restaurant is run by a couple, so maybe they're a little shy? The wife will serve you. The host is cooking in the back.
The food has a seasonal feel, and is basically Japanese food, but maybe not so Chinese-style? You can also enjoy the taste.
The course costs 6,000 yen, but you can add rice in a clay pot at the end for about 2,000 yen.
If you have leftover rice, you can make it into onigiri and take it home.
I visited twice in the same month, and I was very satisfied with the different content.
I took my friend from Tokyo there, and he really liked it.
This is a store you should definitely visit.


I ordered a nine-course meal for 5,500 yen, and it was a good value for money and the food was delicious.
The hand-wrapped cutlet fish and shallots were really delicious, and I couldn't forget the perfect harmony with the crispy seaweed.
This is a store I would like to visit again.


The dish I was looking forward to was Uchiyama. The menu only has 5,500 yen courses. The course does not come with rice, so you can also add rice in a clay pot.

・Miyazaki beef thigh meat
・Bluefin tuna pickled in esharat
·deep-fried horse mackerel
・Gold Rush Tempura from Miyazaki Prefecture
・Moromi without water
・Mozuku Sudachi Vinegar
・Sakura shrimp and asparagus chawanmushi
・Bowl of red sea bream and moroheiya
・Sea urchin, salmon roe, yuba soup jelly
・Earthen pot rice with red sea bream and fresh ginger

I received my favorite clay pot rice with an extra ♡ Each dish was elegant and every bite was delicious. The restaurant is also dimly lit, giving you a relaxing atmosphere and a nice atmosphere where you can enjoy your meal slowly.

I will definitely go again! Thank you for the meal.

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