- Omiyage Ichiba Ogiya
Omiyage Ichiba Ogiya
A gateway to exploring Sado, directly connected to Sado Kisen's ferry terminal
Connected with Sado Kisen's Ogi Port Terminal, Ogiya is a shopping centre offering a great selection of Sado specialties. The selection includes sea products, traditional crafts and famous confectionery. The cafe/restaurant offers a wide variety of menu options, such as kamameshi (rice cooked in a pot) with fresh seafood and set meals. Their specialty menu is "kamameshi with squid". The sumptuous dish consists of "Toki to Kurasu Sato", special rice recognised by Sado City, which is cooked in special broth, and colourful toppings of seafood including squid, shrimp and scallops, plus bamboo shoots and shiitake mushrooms.
Facility Basic Information
- 1950-7 Ogimachi, Sado, Niigata 952-0604
- Official site
- Payment Methods
- Credit cards not accepted
- Not Available
- General Accessibility
- Available An elevator and toilet are available for those with disabilities.
- Transport Access
- Ogi Port Approx 0 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Ogikou Sado Kisen （Akadomarisen Line, Ogi Line, Shukunegi Line） Approx. 0 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Cars：40 Buses：15
Recognized as a SADOMESHIRAN [a shop or restaurant dedicated to utilizing Sado-grown products]
- Opening Times
Cafeteria 11:00-14:00 (open only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, and national holidays)
- From late November to February
- Facilities and Service
- Souvenir shop, restaurant, etc.
- Regular holiday
- From late November to February
- Number of seats
The third floor restaurant: 140 seats / the second floor restaurant (only available for large groups): 300 seat
Required for groups only
- Open for lunch
Sado Seaside Villa
Sobama Seaside Villa are holiday cottages to rent dotted on Sobama Coast with a long sandy beach. All of 11 cottages has a sea view. Dining at an open terrace is popular among guests. You can shop groceries and snacks at shopping street in Ogi. Optional DIY barbecue catering, assorted sashimi, and rental beer server service, all of which are available upon reservation, has good reputation. The setting sun seen from the swimming pool or jacuzzi will stay memorable.
Situated just a five-minute walk from Ogi Port, Hotel Ogi offers single and twin rooms as well as Japanese-style rooms with tatami-mat flooring. We make a perfect base whether you are here for business or pleasure. As we do not serve meals, we encourage you to explore the restaurants around us, indulge in the local food of Ogi and experience the downhome kindness of the villagers.
Gift Shops Pleasure Boats Tub Boat Rides
"Tub-boat" Rikiya Kanko Kisen
You cannot talk about Sado's special tub-boats without mentioning Rikiya Kanko Kisen. Lady skippers skillfully shift the oars, and this is a unique experience that you will never forget. Other popular activities are a cruise around Nansenkyo (the best part of the Ogi Coast) and Sawasaki Lighthouse aboard a high-speed pleasure boat, and another speedy cruise on a high-speed motor boat, to visit other scenic spots. The waiting room houses a ticket booth, souvenir shop and light-meal eatery.
Museums, Art Galleries and Resource Centres
Saiwaimaru Exhibition Hall
Saiwaimaru is a Japanese-style wooden ship which belonged to the Kan-uemon Hasegawa family who were in the shipping business for three-generations in old Teradomari Town. Later, it was donated to Ogi Town. The ship made round trips over the Sado Straits until 1961, carrying daily commodities from Teradomari, and bamboo, charcoal and firewood from Ogi. Saiwaimaru measures 19.1 metres in length and 3.8 metres in width, with a mast height of 13.0 metres, and reminds us of the booming shipping industry of the olden times.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Kappo Japanese Fine Cuisine at a counter Izakaya (Japanese-style pub) Creative Concoctions Fish Dishes
Kosugiya is a Japanese restaurant located close to Sado Kisen's Ogi Port Ferry Terminal. The building has white walls in harmony with black planks, which gives an elegant atmosphere. The master chef of the second generation, who trained as a chef in Tokyo, puts heart and soul into cooking Sado-sourced seafood and produce. In addition to classic menu items such as sashimi and grilled fish, his own innovative cuisine is also highly praised. The mix of Japanese and Western cooking that the young chef's talents have produced has earned an unbeatable reputation.
Kappo Japanese Fine Cuisine at a counter Fish Dishes Sushi
Sakaezushi is a sushi bar facing the port of Ogi. Sakaezushi earned a good reputation for its delicious but reasonably priced sushi from fish connoisseurs. The sushi bar serves locally landed fish as much as possible, and it is their passion to get the freshest fish, and only from fishermen whom they trust. Delicate flavours of their generously cut toppings will spread through your mouth. Enjoy a pleasant time with the warm, friendly chef and delicious sushi.
Casual Eatery Kappo Japanese Fine Cuisine at a counter Fish Dishes Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice)
Kassai is situated in the seaside area dotted with eateries and accommodations, a 5 minute-walk away from Ogi Port Sado Kisen's Ferry Terminal. This restaurant, run by a family and the gentle Okami female manager, has a home-like soothing atmosphere. Among the treats on offer are rice bowls topped with seafood and set meals with sashimi made with plenty of local fish from Ogi. Kassai is the locals' favourite, as a place where you can enjoy the seasonal fish to your satisfaction.