We named our restaurant Hatago-ya after the place of travelers in the past, around 1600-1800, during the Edo Era. At that time, both Samurai, during unofficial travel, and general people often used this place for their lunches and suppers. They usually walked around 30 miles per day.
You can imagine how they felt and the degree of comfort they experienced after a long day of walking. They would have appreciated their stay and enjoyed local fresh dishes. We believe Hatago gave them their motivation for the next day. Make further ventures more pleasant by being in the company of others. By constructing the Hatagoya with wood, we wish to symbolize the warmth of friendships and the spirit of different people coming together in a gathering place where new connections can be made. Fresh seafood and vegetables are prepared in front of you. The smells of charcoal-grilled food will evoke fond memories, as served by our skilled chefs. Kick back and relax while enjoying a feast for all five senses. Come and feel rejuvenated.
Welcome to "Hatago-ya"
Taste our amazing local specialties!
Zangi with Teriyaki sauce
In the 1960's, Zangi was born in downtown Kushiro. This is why Kushiro has been famous for Zangi for a half century. It is a mainstay of Kushiro "soul food" that continues to evolve. The vanguard style is Broiled Zangi, which is juicy and crispy, and is served hot. Why not try something you have never had before?
Charcoal grilled Tsubu(shellfish)
Using only Kushiro snails, the taste of the body and liver is enhanced by the introduction of broth in the cooking process. This creates a sweet taste with a crunchy texture. It takes only one bite of this skewered delicacy to discover how special it is. To fully savor snails, the broth should be ingested, as well.
Robata dining style Hatago-ya
Hokkaido Kushiro-City Sakae-machi4-2
(Suehiro Kousan Building 2nd Floor)
- every day from 5PM-11:30PM
- Parking and driving services are available/180 seats/
JCB,VISA,MasterCard,DC,UC are welcome
- 40min by car from Kushiro airport/
3min by car and 10min on foot from Kushiro Station