This small cafe serves fresh seafood and pasta dishes with views across the ocean and a few cat companions.
It was opened in 2017 by a local Miyagi chef in order to support tourism on the island. They have begun growing olives on Tashirojima to increase the agricultural opportunities and are part of a plan to attract visitors and new residents to the island. The lunch menu is pretty simple – a pasta of the day and seafood lunch option with the freshest seasonal options possible. Dinner reservations are required in advance with delicious options including Miyagi wagyu steak and grilled seafood.