Shizukarou

Shizukarou played an important role in lake transportation. It was established in the fishing town Katata, the name of which is known from “Katata no Rakugan” (Wild Geese Returning Home at Katata), one of the paintings in the “Omi Hakkei” (Eight Views of Omi) series. Shizudaro’s local cuisine has more than 80 years of history. Visitors can enjoy dishes prepared with fresh ingredients from Lake Biwa including gudgeon, duck, eel, and sweetfish.

Address 2-17-13 Honkatata, Otsu, Shiga
Access ■By train
15 min walk from JR Kosei Line Katata Station, or approx. 3 min by taxi
■By car
・From Nagoya: From the Meishin Expressway Ritto Interchange, go to Biwako Ohashi Bridge, and proceed to Shizukarou
・From Osaka: From the Meishin Expressway Kyoto-Higashi Interchange, go to the Kosei Road Ogiogoto Interchange, and proceed to Shizukarou
Parking Space for 5-6 cars
Contact TEL:+81-77-572-1111
Business Hours 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. *Final shop entry
*By reservation only
Closed on Irregular closing days
URL http://www.shizukarou.com/