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Somaro

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Somaya, a Japanese-style restaurant that has been representative of the Sakata region since the Edo era, was refurbished and reopened in March 2000. The current wooden main building was rebuilt around surviving earthen storehouses just after the building was burned down during the Shonai Earthquake of 1894. At the hall on the second floor, diners can enjoy culinary delights as well as dance performances presented by Sakata dancers called Sakata Maiko.

Street address

1-2-20 Hiyoshi-cho Sakata City, Yamagata

Access

Route1

  • Take the left route for the "Run-run bus"(inner-city loop) from JR Sakata Station (Bus 25 + L22 minutes). Short walk from Kotobukicho bus stop.

Route2

  • Take the Shonai Kotsu bus in front of Sakata Station for 4 minutes on the A course of the Sakata city bus, and get off at Kotobukicho bus stop.

Opening Hours

10:00-17:00

Closed

Closed on Wednesdays. Closed during the Obon holidays in mid-August, and the year-end and New Year holidays.

Fee

Admissions: 700 yen for adults, 500 yen for junior high school students, 300 yen for elementary school and kindergarten students
1,000 yen for adults with dance performance (14:00)

Website

https://www.somaro.net/englishhome

Best season

All year

Point

Advanced reservations must be made for meals.
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