Board a fishing boat and cruise the Akashi Channel. You can try trawling while gazing up at the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, the world's longest suspension bridge. Take home with you all the fish you catch if you like. Enjoy your fishing experience in the fishing town of Akashi.

Address30-12 Minatocho, Akashi City (Kairenmaru)
TEL0797-25-5430
Business Hours"7:00 (Mon., Tue., Thu., Fri. & Sat.) 14:00 (Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri. & Sun.)"
Admission¥7,560
Accepted credit cardsCredit cards not accepted

After your fishing experience, go to Uontana!

Uontana is a commercial district with approx. 400 years of history where you can buy locally caught fish. It has a number of restaurants offering the local dish Akashiyaki (ball-shaped omelet), which is eaten with broth and said to be the origin of takoyaki.

Uontana, where vendors' cries mingle in the air

©Akashi Tourism Association

Akashiyaki, the origin of takoyaki