Seafood restaurants in Northern Honshū
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An atmospheric, split-level restaurant where wappa meshi is served in sublime, subtly balanced combinations. Try the finely shredded crab (kani) or salmon (sake) versions. From the main post office, facing south, turn left onto Nanokomachi-dōri, at the first light turn right (south); go left at the second alleyway, and it's on the right. Ask the obliging staff at the information desk to mark up a map with the exact location.
You'll know you've arrived when you see the large penis (plastered with various bills) in the entranceway. No English menu.
Housed in an unassuming beige building (look for the wooden sign) on the waterfront, this restaurant serves formal seafood dinners set to the tune of the tsugaru jamisen, a version of the traditional three-stringed shamisen (guitar). Reservations are necessary – if you don't speak Japanese, ask the staff at tourist information to call for you.