“The taste of a long-established restaurant created by skilled artisans. A moment of soothing bliss.”
South of Odawara Castle Ruins Park, near Route 1.
The store has a spacious two-story wooden structure with a blackboard wall.
“A long-established restaurant with a light taste and a spirit of hospitality.”
It is a long-established business, said to have been founded in the Edo period.
The name “Kashimata” is derived from the three oaks of the family crest and the “Mata” of Matajiro I.
“More than 100 years of eel and chicken cuisine in the castle town of Odawara.”
Odawara, a castle town with steep Mount Hakone to the north and Sagami Bay to the south.
“Kashimata” has a history of more than 100 years in the area known for “Hojo Soun”, the hero of turbulent times.
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“Taste of Tradition.”
Carefully selected eels are grilled over binchotan charcoal, and the restaurant also uses Uonuma-grown Koshihikari
Please also enjoy the tomato salad, an original dish invented by the first owner of the restaurant.
It is a long-established business that is said to have been founded in the Edo period.
The name “Kashiwamata” is derived from the three oaks of the family crest and the “Mata” of Matajiro I.