OKUMURA / 日本料理 おく村
1-1-8 Shinmachi, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto, JAPAN
This Japanese cuisine restaurant, which can be found in one corner of the moat embankment of an old castle where the atmosphere of Kumamoto Castle Town still lingers, was established under the name Meshiya Okumura at the beginning of the Meiji Period, and at the beginning of the Showa Period it became Ryotei Okumura, while in the Heisei Period its name changed to Japanese Cuisine Okumura. It has passed through history together with the different eras of Japan.
We also seek to convey the culture of Zashiki (Japanese traditional tatami room culture) which is rooted in Kumamoto through its local vegetables and fish dishes.
Out of those dishes, we have continued to protect, and have been committed to, the endangered Higo vegetable of Suizenji-nori. You will really appreciate this particular product which takes advantage of the characteristics of Suizenji-nori.