Tade 蓼


  Tade, a Japanese restaurant is about a 5 minute walk from Hamada station. This restaurant is offering a Hama-gochi menu which includes various Japanese dishes called kaiseki-ryori (a set menu of select food served on an individual tray to each member of a gathering). Contents of the meal vary with the seasons and people can enjoy eating seasonal food with produce grown in and around Hamada. It costs 2800 yen and happily, you can get a glass of beer for free when you order this menu. It is good that can enjoy eating delicious Japanese dishes with beer, isn’t it?


*Reservation required for Hama-gochi menu.

In addition to the Hama-gochi menu, you can also enjoy other Japanese food at Tade. The specialty of this restaurant is oil fondue. Oil fondue is a type of cooking method that has been adapted for Japanese food from original cheese fondue. You can fry meats and seafood at your own pace.

In addition, Tade has other kaiseki-ryori courses (3,500 yen~ 10,000 yen). You can also enjoy a variety of Gozen, which are complete dinners served on a single tray. There are Tempra Gozen (天婦羅御膳), Fried fish Gozen (お魚から揚げ御膳), Sashimi Gozen (刺身御膳), Japanese omelet (だし巻き御膳) and so on.

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – — — Tade (蓼)— — – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Tel: 0855-23-1011

Address: 102-17 Asaicho Hamadashi Shimane


Open: 5:00pm~10:00pm (LO 9:00pm)

*If you have lunch at Tade, you need a reservation in advance

Closed: On Wednesdays and the fourth Sunday of each month

Access: Come out of Hamada station and go straight, with the station behind you, and then turn left at the second traffic light. After only a few minutes walk, the restaurant Tade will on your right side. Look for the sign in the top picture!

Natsuki & Emi


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