Izakaya Maedaya Ichirin is one of the popular Japanese restaurants in Fukui. Here you can enjoy delicious local specialties and sake. They take pride in serving the best food you can get in Fukui, proven by the fact that they even make their own soy sauce and salt! The restaurant's signature menu is of course fresh seafood and tasty local sake (Fukui is famous for fresh seafood & good sake made from clear, quality water). The interior is chic and stylish, but the atmosphere is bright and cheerful, and their food is so good! It is located in Katamachi, the drinking district of Fukui, and the price ranges from 3000 to 5000 yen depending on what you order.
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