Ise Miyagawa no Sato Hinakaya 伊勢宮川の里 鄙茅(ひなかや)

This was the perfect place for people to really understand the wonders of Japanese food and the atmosphere that food is designed to be enjoyed in, connected to nature.

This Japanese restaurant is located by the most beautiful water in one of the cleanest rivers in a natural rural setting, and it was awarded a Michelin star.The dishes offered here are made from vegetables and fish from Mie prefecture. They cater to customers and are very particular about providing Japanese food made from the finest ingredients.They welcome you to see Japanese architectural techniques such as thatched roofs and clay floors and walls, as you enjoy the food. It is a restaurant that offers vegetables according to the season, and makes the most delicious seasonal foods with cooking methods that maximize it’s taste and charm.
〒519-2167 多気郡多気町相鹿瀬615
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Business hours
11:00-15:00, 17:00-21:00
3800~20000 yen(excluding tax)-- It depends on the course you choose.
Access by public transportation
About 40 minutes by car or taxi from Matsusaka Station.

〈Access to “Matsusaka” Station〉
[From Osaka] Take about 2 hours by Kintetsu Railway.
[From Nagoya] Take about 1 hours by JR or Kintetsu Railway.

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