Kisetsu Ryori Oden Kuroyuri is a longstanding oden restaurant in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture.
The house specialties are traditional Kanazawa oden and local cuisine from the Kaga area.
Oden is a notable local specialty, and we make the most of local ingredients simmered in a mild, sweet dashi broth made according to a secret recipe passed down for more than 50 years.
We also have English and Chinese-language menus, so please feel free to stop by.
The restaurant is located inside Kanazawa 100Bangai Anto, next to Kanazawa Station.
It is the near the station, so it is easy to visit while traveling in Kanazawa.
*All prices include tax.
We offer a variety of different oden items in each season.Choose your favorites, and enjoy your own combination.We recommend 7-10 varieties per person.
In addition to traditional Kanazawa dishes like Hakusan firm tofu and chameshi rice boiled in tea, it also includes soba noodles and fresh-caught char roasted with salt.
Made with high-quality Yamada Nishiki rice from Hyogo Prefecture.
Features a floral aroma and smooth mouthfeel.
Made with 100% Gohyakumangoku late-planted rice grown in the city of Hakusan.
Refreshing, with well-balanced savoriness and acidity.
Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture is home to many famous sightseeing spots.
We will introduce a few of them here.
A circular, glass-enclosed public art museum housing contemporary art.
It has a strange structure that everything can be seen from the front.
Kenrokuen is a special place of scenic beauty created as a garden for the Maeda family of Hyakumangoku.
It is listed as one of Japan's three great gardens, and you can feel the beauty of each season.
"Higashi Chaya District" is characterized by its townscape full of the charm of a castle town.
Lined with historic buildings, you can enjoy dining and shopping.
A driveway with a total length of about 8 km where you can drive on the sandy beach.
Many people enjoy touring on bicycles. The sunset over the horizon is a spectacular view!
There are many attractions such as the rich nature and food of Noto Satoyama Satoumi, which has been certified as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System, as well as traditional crafts and hot springs.