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Portal site for tourist information on Kitasoya, Hokkaido

Local specialtiesSarufutsu

Scallops grown in Okhotsk
The exquisite taste and texture will delight your taste buds.

Some of these foods may not be available
due to the season and/or weather.

Roasted scallop curry

This curry features a generous helping of scallop flakes, soft-boiled egg and melted cheese.

Natural scallops
from Sarufutsu

Sarufutsu boasts Japan’s largest catch of natural scallops. The scallops grown in the Sea of Okhotsk over a five-year period are amazingly large and thick, and the texture is surprisingly firm. The season runs from mid-March to early November.

Deep-fried scallop set meal

Deep-fried scallops with a crispy texture and a rich flavor are irresistibly delicious!

Scallop curry

This popular scallop curry contains six thick scallops and plenty of scallop flakes.

Sarufutsu set meal

This luxurious set meal includes Sarufutsu-nabe, a dish in which scallops are simmered with Sarufutsu Milk and miso butter, and raw scallops.

Scallop nori (laver boiled down in soy)

Scallop nori containing plenty of dried scallops and mantle is great with rice.

Scallop ramen

This salt ramen features two large scallops and a soup made with dried scallops.

Lingonberry crackers

These crackers are coated with a syrup made with ericaceous lingonberry, the official flower of Sarufutsu Village.

Yumekuukan inside Michi-no-Eki
Sarufutsu Park


A Sarufutsu dessert made using eggs and milk from Sarufutsu. This pudding contains plenty of handmade sauce.


Scallop-shaped string cheese! It comes in two flavors: scallop and plain.

Sarufutsu Milk

Fresh milk from local farms has a rich and mellow flavor, and a layer of cream that floats to the top.

Sarufutsu gift/souvenir shops

A full line-up of original souvenirs!

Sarufutsu Marugotokan

Sarufutsu Milk, pudding, coffee and other local specialties are available here. Visitors can experience scallop fishing during summer.

Shop inside Hotel Sarufutsu

This is Japan’s northernmost Michi-no-Eki (roadside rest area) on the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. Processed scallop products and other popular gifts are available here.