Judaime Maguro Donya Miura Misakikou Enoshima-Ten

The quality of the sushi toppings in Judaime Maguro Donya is simply a top notch which is definitely worth to visit while you are in Enoshima.  It may also be good to have some pieces in this restaurant before you head for the top of this island.  All sushi you could have in this restaurant including the salmon, the shells, both raw and boiled shirasu, the flatfish, scallops, and tuna are way too good for the conveyor belt sushi restaurant.  They are indeed exceptional.  This has definitely become a "must go" place for us for the high quality sushi in Enoshima next time.  

Restaurant: Judaime Magurodonya Enoshima Ten (十代目 まぐろ問屋 三浦三崎港 江ノ島店)

Phone: 0466-25-0587

Address: 2-1-5, Enoshima, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa Enoshima island spa annex 2F

Nearest Station: Katase Enoshima Station (Odakyu Enoshima Line)

Open Hour: 11:00 - 21:00

Close: N.A

[Lunch] 2,000 - 2,999 yen, [Dinner] 2,000 - 2,999 yen

Credit Card: VISA, Mastercard, UC, Amex, DC, DINERS, JCB, NC, UFJ

Seats: 26 seats

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 43m, 2 mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : Enoshima Entrance (right after you crossed the bridge) 

・Steps to follow : 1 - 5

1. Let's start your way from Enoshima Entrance which is right after you crossed the bridge (walking down from Katase Enoshima Station).  


Walk straight for about 15m from here.  The first building to your right is where you are looking for.  

2. Make a right turn to go inside this building.  


The name of a building which is written in Japanese is called Enosupa Bekkan (えのすぱ別館).  

3. Make a second door left.  

4. Go to 2F.  

5. Enjoy your meal at Judaime Maguro Donya Enoshima ten (十代目 まぐろ問屋 三浦三崎港 江ノ島店).  


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