- LOCATION -

569-3 Ikuha, Awaji-shi, Hyōgo-ken
656-1602

- HOURS -

Dinner  5 pm - 9 pm

Weekday lunch 11 am - 2:30 pm

Weekend lunch  11 am - 3:00 pm 

- RESERVATIONS -

We take reservations everyday

until 9pm. Call 0799-84-0475

 

 
IKOI is here to offer good food and hospitality to Awaji Island with a blend of Japanese and Western cuisines. 

 

Surrounded by the expanse of nature and enveloped in the ambiance of the Setonai Sea,

we present to you Japanese cuisine with both a modern and traditional take.
Lingering near Akashi Strait with a natural scenic backdrop,

you can relax and unwind while enjoying the seasonal flavors

and refined skills of IKOI. 

 
IKOI's
Premium AWAJI BEEF

IKOI is proud to serve an Awaji Island specialty, Awaji-gyu.

This beef is one of top quality, on par with famous Kobe or Matsuzaka beef.

It's a rare treat, and very difficult to find outside of Japan.

From cattle raised in the idyllic climate of Awaji Island, you can easily imagine the mellow, "island" taste this beef exudes.

This marbled delicacy melts in your mouth, enveloping you in its subtle scent and flavor.

Discover a new experience of superb quality with beef from Awaji Island.
 

 
IKOI's pottery
&
porcelain

One of the most important materials for Japanese cuisine is dishware.
IKOI uses top quality Japanese pottery and porcelain art for your savory dishes, adding an extra flair of magnificence.

We use a variety of antique dishware,
Kyo-yaki, Shigaraki-yaki, Bizen-yaki, Imari-yaki,
and more.

We hope you'll enjoy this Japanese artisan skill accompanied with our flavor.

Chef Sugamura born and raised in Awaji Island.

With strong local ties to Awaji Island, IKOI offers warmth and respite with its wonderful dishes.

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Like a breath of fresh air, the chef matches Awaji Island’s seasonal produce and other foodstuffs with a refined technique to bring you a refreshingly new kind of full course meal. 

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IKOI  |  いこい
JAPANESE CUISINE

- LOCATION -

569-3 Ikuha, Awaji-shi, Hyōgo-ken
656-1602

- HOURS -

Dinner  5 pm - 9 pm

Weekday lunch 11 am - 2:30 pm

Weekend lunch  11 am - 3:00 pm 

- RESERVATIONS -​

We take reservations everyday

until 9pm. Call 0799-84-0475

RESTAURANT INFO

ABOUT US

  • Parking space limit : 10  /  Large size Bus : 1
     

  • There is no smoking allowed inside the restaurant. Please use the smoking area outside. 
     

  • IKOI has no regular day off, so please contact us to confirm when the restaurant will be closed for holidays.
     

  • Please call the number below to make reservations. Same day reservations are possible, so go ahead and give us a call.  
    Tel: 0799-84-0475 (calls accepted until 9pm) 
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  • There is a cancellation fee of 100% the day of and 50% the day before for cancelling course meal reservations. 
     

  • The following credit cards are accepted.
    VISA | MASTER | AMERICAN EXPRESS

 
Access

569-3 Ikuha, Awaji-shi, Hyōgo-ken, JAPAN

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Vehicle Access

from Kobe-Awaji-Naruto-Expy

 

  1. Exit at Hokudan IC [北淡IC]
     

  2. Turn right onto Route 123 after getting off the highway
     

  3. Turn left at [育波橋] onto Route 31
     

  4. The restaurant will be on the left


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Awaji Island Bus Information
Taxi​

- Hokudan Taxi -

Tel: 0799821173
911-3 Toshima Awaji Hyogo

If you can't find our place, please call the number below.

0799-84-0475

We will be happy to give you directions to our restaurant.

 

 
CONTACT US

Reservations by Phone・Inquiries

 
TEL: 0799-84-0475

 
Overseas Tel: +81 799 84 0475

 


 

Business Hours:
Weekday Lunch 11:00 ~ 2:30
Weekend Lunch 11:00 ~ 3:00
Dinner: 5:00 ~ 9:00


We accept reservations until 9pm  |  Same-day reservations possible

Regular Holidays: Please check the calendar below


Depending on the time, it is occasionally hard for calls to get through. In this case, we humbly request that you hang up, wait a bit, then call us back.  

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THE CHEF

Takahisa Sugamura, raised by restaurant owner parents, moved to Nagoya, Aichi prefecture where he attended school for the culinary arts.
He began his cooking career at a Kaiseki-style luxury authentic Japanese restaurant.


He then moved to California where, from here still during under construction sorry. After his cousin, Miguel Ferrer, got him a small part in a feature film, Clooney began to pursue acting. His first major role was on the sitcom E/R (1984) as "Ace", an orderly.

More roles soon followed, including "George Burnett", the handsome handyman on The Facts of Life (1979); "Booker Brooks", a supervisor on Roseanne (1988); and "Detective James Falconer" on Sisters (1991). Clooney had his breakthrough

Takahisa Sugamura

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