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Cuisine
Chinese
Creative Cuisine / Fusion Food
Average cost
Lunch: ¥23,000 - ¥25,000
Dinner: ¥23,000 - ¥60,000
The famed produce of the Izu Peninsula is expertly crafted here into Japanese-style Chinese cuisine by one of the country’s most famous female chefs.

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Chef Miyuki Igarashi needs no introduction. Taking over her family-run restaurant at just 21, she solidified herself as a household name by being the youngest challenger to ever appear on Japan’s most famous cooking television programme, Iron Chef. The next 25 years saw her empire only grow and grow, with Chef Igarashi making over 1,000 appearances in various media both domestic and international, making her one of Japan’s most famous female chefs. As a consultant for various companies, culinary instructor, seasoning developer, and culinary advisor for the Japan East Railway Company’s Saphir Odoriko luxury train, the growth shows no signs of slowing. Atami City in Shizuoka Prefecture’s Izu Peninsula draws many visitors looking to get a taste of her famous Japanese-style Chinese cuisine. The peninsula’s unique combination of mountains and ocean affords it a blend of produce, meat and seafood that can be found nowhere else in Japan — and it is this uniquely fresh stock of ingredients that forms the basis of Miyu’s cuisine. Fusing Chinese cooking techniques with Japanese ingredients, Miyu’s menus are highly praised for their originality. In particular, it is her masterful blending of Chinese and Japanese dashi that gives her cooking the best of both culinary schools. Perhaps unique to Chef Igarashi’s culinary outlook is the use of less, rather than more seasoning; rather than rely on additional condiments and seasonings to improve taste, she strips things back, preferring to let the innate taste of the base ingredients speak for themselves. This is what gives her dishes their hallmark: a gentler, lighter aftertaste. This is also thanks to the rich flavors of the Izu Peninsula’s natural seafood and produce, especially its katsuobushi flakes (dried skipjack tuna, also known as bonito), which form an essential part of the restaurant’s dashi. Chef Igarashi sources hers from famed local producer Marufuji — the key ingredient in the restaurant’s signature dish, the kuroge wagyu beef katsuobushi steak. Dusted in katsuobushi flakes, the steak is then marinated in a blend of Japanese and Chinese soy sauces.
Dining Courses
byFood Original: Dashi Chinese-Style Omakase Course
Morning, Afternoon, Evening
¥ 23,000
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Chef Igarashi crafts a byFood-exclusive course menu that is simultaneously paradoxical and yet makes perfect sense. New yet nostalgic, with flavors gentle yet strong, she effortlessly fuses Japanese dashi with Chinese cooking technique to produce culinary innovations with that Atami touch. The highlight is, of course, her signature kuroge wagyu katsuobushi steak, which was featured on CNN.
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Chef Igarashi crafts a byFood-exclusive course menu that is simultaneously paradoxical and yet makes perfect sense. New yet nostalgic, with flavors gentle yet strong, she effortlessly fuses Japanese dashi with Chinese cooking technique to produce culinary innovations with that Atami touch. The highlight is, of course, her signature kuroge wagyu katsuobushi steak, which was featured on CNN.
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¥ 23,000
(Tax Incl.)
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Atami Miyu Honten Access Info

From Tokyo, take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Atami Station. Once there, it is a 5-minute cab ride, 10-minute bus ride (bound for Hibarigaoka, Uenoyama or Momijigaoka) or 20-minute walk to Atami Miyu Honten. Alternatively, take a 10-minute walk from Kinomiya Station.

Atami Miyu Honten Phone Number

0557-48-7211

Atami Miyu Honten Business Days

Sunday
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM
02:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
10:00 PM

Atami Miyu Honten Address

16-3, 16 Chuocho, Atami, Shizuoka, 413-0015, Japan

Atami Miyu Honten Cancellation Policy

Free cancellation up to 2 days prior
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A coastal prefecture located in central Japan between Tokyo and Osaka, Shizuoka is home to Mount Fuji (the highest mountain in Japan), beaches and hot spring resort towns, and a thriving agriculture industry producing some of the most delicious and highly coveted produce in Japan.
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