A new tempura restaurant recently opened in Susukino!
Susukino is the biggest entertainment district in Hokkaido with many tourist attractions. Mainly packed by restaurants, Susukino is home to 5000 shops and the area attracts many local and foreign tourists. Recently, a brand-new tempura restaurant has opened in the central area of Susukino.
Serving the best tempura with the best hospitality!
The former owner of Ebiten Honten, a tempura restaurant established in 1950, recently opened a new tempura restaurant in the central area of Susukino. Named as Tempura Yagi, the restaurant keeps the original taste of Ebiten Honten while serving delicious tempura to its guests as a new establishment.
The restaurant is decorated with white furniture, creating a relaxing dining atmosphere, and there are eight counter seats and two tables for four. Instead of serving a lot of guests at one time, the restaurant serves each guest with its best hospitality to provide the best service. Tempura Yagi is an excellent restaurant for colleagues, families, and couples to visit.
Enjoying the tempura with your ears and eyes
We recommend taking the counter seats when eating here. From these seats, you can see a well-experienced and skilled chef deep frying the tempura using a traditional method called “Hana-age,” which is worth watching. It is also fun to hear the sizzle of oil when the tempura is fried. To further enhance your experience, you can even enjoy talking with the owner chef across the counter!
Made with carefully selected seasonal ingredients
The restaurant carefully selects the ingredients for its tempura and ensures only the best ingredients are cooked to serve. These ingredients are mainly produced in Hokkaido, and some are from other areas of Japan. Among the seasonal ingredients, the restaurant uses shrimp, sand borer, and squid for seafood tempura, and eggplant, asparagus, shiitake mushrooms, and lotus roots for vegetable tempura.
Tasting the best tempura
The restaurant serves the most delicious tempura achieved by carefully selecting ingredients and cooked by a skilled chef. We recommend visiting the restaurant during lunch time if you want to try the tempura for a cheaper price. The most popular lunch menu is “tendon” (tempura rice bowl), crunchy tempura served on a bed of rice with sweet sauce.
In addition to the tempura rice bowl, we also recommend the set menu called “tempura teishoku” or “tempura zen,” if you prefer to enjoy your tempura and rice separately. Please note that the restaurant is only open from 11 am to 2 pm for lunch.
Enjoy an exquisite tempura dinner
If you have time, we recommend visiting the restaurant at night for an exquisite tempura dinner experience. The restaurant serves several kinds of dinner set menus so you can choose on that suits your budget. The restaurant also serves seasonal tempura pieces, and you can order them together with your favorite tempura as a la carte.
The restaurant also has a good selection of sake and shochu (Japanese distilled spirit), which you can enjoy together with your delicious meal. The restaurant is open from 5 pm to 10:30 pm for dinner (reservation is required for dinner).
Excellent location, only a 3-minute walk from Susukino station!
The restaurant is in an excellent location, only a 3-minute walk from Susukino subway station on the Namboku line. It is also very close to the central area of Sapporo city. So, how about wrapping up your day in Sapporo with a tasty tempura dinner?
Address : 1F, 4-5-10 Minami 6 jo nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Phone : +81-11-211-4486
Closed on Wednesday
Business Hours: Lunch 11 am – 2 pm, Dinner 5 pm – 10:30 pm (reservation required)
No. of seats: 16
*For reservations, please call the restaurant or send an e-mail to the address below.