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Morisaki/
Kamakura: Japanese
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Chef Morisaki has
been plying his
trade since 1998 in
this hidden space a
few blocks from
Kamakura Station. A
local following
comes nightly for
the elegant presen-
tations and novel
taste combos, built
mainly around fresh
local fish and vege-
tables.

One can order a la
carte, but the oma-
kase menu is really
the way to go. A
beautifully orches-
trated recent meal
included such dishes
as ayu roe, raw
local shirasu (baby
sardines), grilled
barracuda, and figs
stuffed with yuzu,
among a host of
other delectables.
The sake selection
is small but smartly
chosen. The omakase
menu plus a few
sakes add up to a
fine dining experi-
ence at around
Y7500.
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Kamakura, Komachi
2-10-18.  Open
11am-2, 5-10pm.
Closed Mondays.
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