Experience Nippon Dining and receive the skills, spirit, and blessings of Japan.

On March 18th, 2016, Restaurant Satoumi came into being in Hotel Nemu.

Space, cuisine, and hospitality… all is infused with the sincerity of this land.

The food is carefully prepared using fresh and seasonal sato-umi ingredients from land and sea, and artfully arranged to express the passing seasons.

Dining adds another dimension to your enjoyment of the nature and climate of Ise-Shima.

  • headThumb1Traditional Japanese food skills:
    the beauty of less is more
    Dishes are based on carefully made Japanese dashi stock. Enhancing the flavor of the ingredients, these broths underlie each dish.
  • headThumb2The favors of
    Miketsukuni Ise-Shima
    The land of Ise-Shima was a Miketsukuni that supplied food to the ancient Imperial court. Along with plenty of other local seafood, vegetables, fruits and other seasonal ingredients at peak freshness, the restaurant mainly uses luxurious signature ingredients of Mie Prefecture, especially Ise ebi (spiny lobster), abalone, and Matsusaka Beef.
  • headThumb3The culinary art of Head Chef Michihiko YoshidaThe head chef absorbed the living traditions of culinary art in Kyoto. He knows when and how to select the finest ingredients, and how to artfully create dishes that best express the character of the food and the moment.

Whether in a private room, at the kappo counter, or at table, in Restaurant Satoumi you can feel at home.Food preparation is also adapted to the sensibility of each type of seating. For example, seated around a table with your companions, you can share the experience of dynamic kassen preparation skills.You get to select both what you want to eat and also, by the style of seating, how you want to enjoy it. Please enjoy your choice.

  • bottomDetail1Table
  • bottomDetail1Kappo counter
  • bottomDetail1Private room
  • bottomDetail1Private room II

Satoumi furnish and finish

  • Satoumi furnish and finish Takeyatara-ami weaveTakeyatara-ami weave

    The irregularly woven bamboo partitions enhance the sense of being in a restaurant that floats on the forest.
    Imagining tangled trees and bird nests, craftsman in Kyoto created them.

  • Hinoki wood counterHinoki wood counter

    The splendid solid kappo counter was crafted in Iitaka, Matsusaka. The slab is made from seasoned timber taken from a 250-year-old hinoki tree. Iitaka’s reputation for superior quality wood is based on growing trees on mountain slopes in conditions that are close to natural.

  • Kumiko koshi latticeworkKumiko koshi latticework

    Fine lattice screens are made from local Kiso hinoki, and locally created by craftsman in the town of Hamajima. The adopted designs, such as asanoha and seikaiha, have meaning and embody prayers.

  • NemuForest of NEMU

    Beyond the picture window lives the forest of Nemu. Here various trees thrive, largely evergreens such as bayberry, camphor, and evergreen and white oaks. Lit up at night, the restaurant seems to be floating on a sea of trees on sea of trees.



  • 2692-3 Hazako, Hamajima-cho, Shima City, Mie Prefecture
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  • +81-599-52-1211


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