- うに丼 今は一杯6000円です。
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ただ、値段が非常に高い！ びっくりです。ほんとに！10年前はたしか 一杯が3600円ぐらいかと それでハーフをたのんで1800円ぐらいでした。本当 バブル価格です。バブルってとうの昔に終わってますが・・・。その十年前もバブルは終わって終わってましたし、このお店だけがバブルですか？って感じです。今回2017年度はたしか6000円ぐらいで
“Murakami” of sea urchin! I got a tall sea urchin. This time it was normal, last time it was very good? ? ?
Urchin Murakami used to be really delicious.
I went to Uni no Murakami about 10 years ago. I think that it is famous for sea urchin, but it is full of customers even though it is expensive. Hakodate, of course. 10 years ago I wonder if it was earlier~ It was really delicious. The sea urchin is sweet, the sweetness fills my eyes. It’s as sweet as the sea urchin that I used to eat when I was a kid, diving into the ocean and picking up sea urchins with long needles. It was real sea urchin. How is the sea urchin used at this restaurant? It is said that the difference makes it very delicious! I don’t know the details, but I feel like I was saying that, but for the time being, it used to be delicious.
A bowl of sea urchin is currently 6,000 yen.
However, the price is very high! That’s surprising. really! 10 years ago, I think it was about 3,600 yen for a cup, and he asked for half, and it was about 1,800 yen. It’s a real bubble price. The bubble ended a long time ago… The bubble was over ten years ago, and is this the only shop in the bubble? That’s what it feels like. This time in 2017, it was about 6000 yen, and his half was close to 3000 yen. I felt like another bubble had come. Amazing~high~.
Tourist prices are everywhere in Hakodate.
Another deliciousness. 10 years ago the quality is better. The taste of the sea urchin was characterized by his very sweet taste, which was slightly sweet. It was another. The area in front of the station in Hakodate is very expensive, tourist prices everywhere. The location is great, but it’s a bit of a blemish. In the area of the morning market in front of the station, crabs, seafood, and corn and other vegetables are sold, but if you go to the back of the morning market, towards the seaside, you will find “Murakami”.