Kaisuien, literally meaning Sea Water Park, invites you to come and experience our delicious and extensive menu featuring fresh seafood dishes. You will find a fish tank in the middle of the restaurant, which is the only one of its kind in town. Squids, sea bream, flounders, Japanese amberjacks, abalones, prawns, and turban shells are always swimming in the tank. We draw out rich essence out of live seafood and serve exquisite cuisine.
We welcome families, and large and small groups.
Our extensive menu features
- Ikezukuri (literally meaning “prepared alive”)
Ikezukuri is the freshest type of sashimi and requires a special technique to prepare.
- Fresh squid sashimi straight from the fish tank
- Ohmi beef shabu shabu (thinly sliced meat boiled quickly in a pot at table)
- Ohmi beef steak
- Tecchiri (blowfish hot pot)
- Roasted blowfish
- Paper hot pot (Paper pot is used instead of an ordinary pot.)
- Set menus
- Wide variety of a la carte dishes
- Seasonal Kaiseki (traditional Japanese full-course meal)
Fugu, blowfish, is regarded as one of the most delicious of all fish.
To fully enjoy blowfish, try a course meal.
Tecchiri (blowfish hot pot) Course: 5,040 yen per head, minimum 2 people
Yubiki (lightly boiled blowfish skin), Tessa (blowfish sashimi), Tecchiri (blowfish and vegetables hot pot cooked at table), Zosui (rice porridge cooked in rich stock) and dessert
Tecchiri (blowfish hot pot) Full Course: 6,800 yen per head, minimum 2 people
Yubiki (lightly boiled blowfish skin), Tessa (blowfish sashimi), Tecchiri (blowfish and vegetables hot pot cooked at table), Fugu Chawanmushi (egg custard containing blowfish), Fugu Karaage (fried blowfish), Zosui (rice porridge cooked in rich stock) and dessert
341 Nishitsuzuramachi, Hikone, Shiga, 522-0213, Japan
Open: 11:30 to 14:30 / 17:00 to 21:30 (Last order 21:00)
Closed: Tuesday (Unless it is a national holiday)