A meal and some shopping overlooking “Oni no Sentakuita”

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Mar 14, 2018

This food-centered complex facility is located along a beach with a unique wave-like rock formation called “Oni no Sentakuita” (Devil’s Washboard), which is one of the prides of Miyazaki Prefecture. Its shop offers the prefecture’s local products and souvenirs, “shochu” distilled spirits, miscellaneous items, and original goods. The facility even includes a bakery. At the restaurant on the 1st floor you can enjoy sushi, sashimi and other seafood as well as pasta, fried food, desserts and plenty of other dishes from a Japanese/Western/Chinese menu offered buffet-style. For an additional 200 yen, an all-you-can-drink counter and soft-serve ice cream are added. At the café on the 2nd floor, coffee and sweets along with dinner options including a sashimi set meal, fried “chicken nanban”, and pasta are available. Its location on Route 220 connecting Miyazaki City and Nichinan City makes “Deamon de marché” great for resting and dining. Its cute devil mascot statues, “Daemon” and “Marché”, will help you take some amusing commemorative pictures of your trip with the sea in the background!

Deamon de marché
Closed: Fridays (not fixed)

* This is the information as of June, 2017
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