Japanese Style “Western Cuisine” à la Meiji Era with a Spectacular Ocean View

Western Cuisine from the Meiji Era when Japan Opened to the World

More than 150 years ago, after centuries of isolation, Japan opened its borders to the world and a wave of western culture swept through the archipelago. Part of this wave was western cuisine, known locally as "yoshoku" which, interpreted through the cultural lens of Japan, has evolved into a unique part of everyday Japanese life. At Uminoya, step into a Meiji Era world and try yoshoku cuisine such as fried prawns, delectable desserts, hamburger steak made with Awaji beef, and much more, all with a mesmerizing ocean view of an evening vista selected as one of “Japan’s Top 100 Sunsets”. Live classical music on piano and violin adds a melodic touch to this unforgettable experience.


SEIKAIHA - Umi no Ya
70 Nojima-okawa, Awaji City, Hyogo Pref. 656-1723
Operation Hours
11:00~15:00 (Last In 14:00, L.O. 14:00) 14:00~17:00 (Café time)
17:00~21:00 (Last In 19:30, L.O. 20:00)
Closed: Thursdays
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SEIKAIHA - Umi no Ya

〒656-1723 兵庫県淡路市野島大川70