Top Choice Seafood in Rebun-tō

Robata Chidori

Chidori does real robata-yaki, charcoal grilling in a pit built into the table. The speciality of the house is hokke chanchan-yaki (ホッケチャンチャン焼; ¥900) – island-caught Okhotsk atka mackerel grilled with miso. The ika-…
Seafood in Rebun-tō

Atoi Shokudō

Run by the island's fishing collective, Atoi serves generously portioned kaisen-don (raw seafood over rice) using locally caught uni (sea urchin) and ebi (shrimp). There's a picture menu.
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Tsuki Café

A surprisingly cool little cafe for a ferry terminal, Tsuki serves up coffee, cakes and curries to waiting passengers. The large picture windows look over the port.