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Trout sushi and glass shrimp in Toyama 2017/4/29 14:34
I and my friends are visiting Toyama this November. Can anyone recommend places where we can eat trout sushi, firefly squid, glass shrimp, or other recommended specialties in the area? Preferably the restaurants should be relatively near Toyama station, or any stations nearby but if it's truly a must-eat, it can be a bit further out. We're aware that November isn't a season for firefly squid, but is it still possible to eat it or it can only be eaten in season?

Thanks a lot!
by nelze (guest)  

Re: Trout sushi and glass shrimp in Toyama 2017/5/6 21:05
MasuZushi(Trout sushi)
Trout sushi is a product. Just drop by a shop as early as an opening time (7 AM?).
http://visit-toyama.com/specialties/special-foods/000071.html
Based on a ranking,
http://www.machi-ga.com/entry/entry00114.html
Aoyama: best one by ladies.
http://www.masuzusi.com/information/index.html
Matsukawa: best one by gentlemen
https://matukawa.biz/

Hotaruika(firefly squid)
Best around April; e.g. Sashimi, Odorigui -- namely in raw.
Hotaruika Museum: Near Namerikawa station
http://hotaruikamuseum.com/en/restaurant

ShiroEbi(glass shrimp)
Best from April to July. November is OK.
ShiroEbiTei:
http://www.shiroebiya.co.jp/guidance/toyama.html

Others
https://gurutabi.gnavi.co.jp/i/p16/gm101/
1 Black Ramen
4 Oden
7 Buri Daikon
9 Kabura Zushi
10 Kaisen Don
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Re: Trout sushi and glass shrimp in Toyama 2017/5/6 21:07
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Re: Trout sushi and glass shrimp in Toyama 2017/5/8 10:36
Thanks for the comprehensive list! I'll make sure to check them out :)
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Re: Trout sushi and glass shrimp in Toyama 2017/5/8 11:09
A lot of the time if you stay at a local ryokan you will get the area's specialties. In fact that has been my experience pretty much invariably. That could be an option for you.
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