Oyster Cooking Specialist (or not) Hanshin Amagasaki Rock brat is a reservation eat.
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To be honest, I think people eat too much oysters.
I’m not going to go past the store in Hanshin nun for more than 100 years.
I’ve been together with my friends.
It’s the last day.
Last season’s story is sweaty
It’s open from October.
This building is next to Jankara, just north of Hanshin Amagasaki station.
I can’t make a reservation on the weekend.
Very popular on weekdays
Course I’m good
Because it is a group of people who love to eat and walk
I feel hungry already, and this time without a single pot
The Rock brat is sold out ~ ‘m Sorry
I just don’t want to be tied up to that!
It’s a fried oyster, and the following is a big blow.
It’s like a traditional food culture.
It’s a different taste.
A little fishy remains?
I guess there’s a tradition here, too.
I heard the rumor that there was an oyster ship here in Amagasaki Port.
There aren’t so much shops that I’ve been doing for a hundred years now.
Well, the only time I wanted to eat
I love cooking.
The stock of the oyster is stains out.
You can cook it in a tight place.
It is a shop to protect traditional cooking.
There are various tastes.
It’s not going to be too trendy.
It is the shop which tastes the tradition of an old oyster dish.
I wanted you to move, but the atmosphere of Showa was good personally.
It’s from tomorrow, W
I went to bed for six months
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The shop information is at the time that went. Please check with the shop for details.
Business Period From October until the end of March
Address1-6-3 Kanda Kita-dori, Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo
Business Hours16:00 ~ 22:00
ClosedNo. 1.3 Monday, 12/16, and New Year
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