Hakodate Dining GAYA

When you want to eat crab in Hakodate, the first place outside the station is GAYA.
Boiled live from the fish tank which has carefully cycled sea water and oxygen. Please come eat.
Everything is fresh and reasonable at this wholesale seafood dealer’s restaurant.




Try the boiled hair crab. Great for Instagram!


Boiled king crab is an unrivaled article, too. Take a picture. It’s a rare shot.


Instantly recognizable exterior from Hakodate Station


Fish tanks in front of and inside the shop (choose the crabs and scallops you’d like to eat)


The 10 sushi tray is a popular dish.


The sea urchin salmon roe bowl with abalone mix.


GAYA also has private rooms.


Lunch Menu

*Displayed prices are all without consumption tax.

Seafood bowl set (12 varieties between 1000 and 1300 yen, with original GAYA gagome (kombu seaweed) udon noodles as a set for an additional 150 yen.)


Dining tray (six varieties of dining tray including sashimi dining tray) 1350 yen


Delicious GAYA’s delicious seafood scallop ramen(three flavors; salt, soy sauce, or miso) 880~900 yen


Address8-14 Wakamatsu-cho, Hakodate-shi
Business hoursLunch 
Regular closed dayNo fixed holiday
Correspondence languageJapanese English 
Credit card that can be used
Other information


Walk from Hakodate Station (Bus Terminal, Tram Hakodate-ekimae) 1 min.

Map of surrounding areas