Visit an Eel Farm at Lake Hamana

– Find out the secret behind its deliciousness at Lake Hamana, the Birthplace of Eel Farming –

Meeting PlaceEbisen Show on Google map
Time Required1 hour
PricePlease inquire
Number of persons4~6 people

Ebisen’s Century-Old Eel Farm

Ebisen, with a legacy of 100 years, offers a wide variety of seafood, including seasonal fish, self-farmed eels, blowfish, and crabs. With ten eel farming ponds, Ebisen nurtures approximately 200,000 eels. The company is meticulous about the feed given to the eels and diligently manages their health, earning the trust of local chefs.

Ebisen’s eels are raised using mineral-rich underground water from the Tenryu River system. After being harvested, the eels are kept alive for 2-3 days to reduce stress, making their eel firmer and tastier.

The eels, bathed in underground water showers, are sure to be even more delicious.


  • Reservations must be made at least 7 days in advance.

Cancellation Policy

  • Same Day (No-show), 1 – 2 days before: 100% charge.
  • 7 to 3 days before: 50% charge.



[Address] 8962-5 Yutocho Ubumi, Chuo Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 431-0102



[Address] 3-11-1 Kusanagi, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka city, Shizuoka Pref.

[Contact] Tel : +81 54-347-3600   Email :

Enjoy Eel from Ebisen at Our Recommended Restaurant Yamamoto-tei!

Of course, after visiting an eel farm, you’ll want to try some delicious eel. Let us introduce our recommended restaurant: Yamamoto-tei.

At this restaurant, you can enjoy eel raised at the Ebisen farm. The eel is carefully steamed Kanto-style to be tender and fluffy, then grilled to perfection with a secret sauce that has been used and replenished since the restaurant’s founding in 1975. In addition to eel, you can savor a variety of delicacies from Lake Hamana.



[Address]3212ー3 Maisakacho Bentenjima, Chuo Ward, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 431-0214
[Contact] Tel : +81 53-592-1919

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