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Any restaurant near Amanohashidate? 2017/10/15 02:35
I plan to visit Amanohashidate in end Nov. May I know is there any good seafood in the vicinity where I could Savour the fresh seafood from Sea of east Japan . Particularly the crab....
by KoolGuy7  

Re: Any restaurant near Amanohashidate? 2017/10/15 09:10
Plenty. If you google map the area. You see many knife and fork symbols representing restaurants.
by hakata14 (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Any restaurant near Amanohashidate? 2017/10/15 09:38
It is the most important point what sea food you will select in that season.

The delicious fish in a certain season is not in other season.
http://www.ktgyokyo.jf-net.ne.jp/tangosyunnosakana.html

You had better check the seasonal food.
by biwakoman rate this post as useful

Re: Any restaurant near Amanohashidate? 2017/10/15 22:04
Thanks for your advices.

May I know is there any restaurant you would highly recommend for fabulous seafood that is value for money?

As for the website, I am sure it offers valuable information of thr type of seafood to go for in each season. May do you have one that is in English?
by KoolGuy7 rate this post as useful

Re: Any restaurant near Amanohashidate? 2017/10/16 10:05
I have ever been this restaurant twice.

On the first visit, it was the season of cuttlefish,
there I could have one grilled on an iron plate.
It was awesome.

On the second time, I could not have good cuttle fish.
I tried clams steamed with sake. It was good.

https://www.tripadvisor.jp/Restaurant_Review-g1023393-d7228068-Reviews...

I suppose you can ask the recommendation fish on that season from Madam.
by biwakoman rate this post as useful

Re: Any restaurant near Amanohashidate? 2017/10/16 12:07
A Google of "Amanohashidate restaurants" resulted in over 200,000 results. I am surprised that wasn't enough for you.
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