Kinosaki × Eating Out
Enjoy the Flavor of Winter’s King, “Snow Crab,” at Kinosaki Onsen!
The Tajima area is located on the northern side of Hyogo Prefecture, and you can enjoy delicious seafood year-round there thanks to its various fishing ports. Out of all the available seafood, though, I recommend the luxurious ingredient crab the most! There are many varieties of crabs, but the best you’ll find around Tajima is their snow crab! Snow crab is in season from November through March, so it’s a limited-time luxury you’ll only find fresh during that period! Whether you boil, steam, or grill it, the crab’s flavor is sure to shine through.
Eat up in Hyogo; a treasure box of delicious foods! The classic gourmet food tour you cannot miss.
Hyogo is the place where all kinds of “delicious” foods are. That’s why even foodies are impressed in Hyogo. The fun part of a trip is to eat delicious foods. In this article, we will suggest 1 day & 2 nights travel itinerary going around the “Hyogo Golden Route (an itinerary to visit 3 areas in Hyogo including Himeji, Kinosaki and Kobe) and savor the most-famous gourmet foods. Read this article and you won’t miss out on good food!
Kinosaki Gelato Cafe Chaya
This is a shop featuring original gelatos made with select natural ingredients. Though they have a rich flavor in which the quality of the ingredients stands out, they have a refreshing aftertaste. These gelatos are perfect for eating after a bath.
Seafood caught locally is prepared immediately, so it is extraordinarily fresh. During the winter, guests can enjoy a full course crab dinner.
Mikuni -Tajima Beef & Wine-
This is a beef restaurant that was covered in the 2016 Michelin Guide. The chef insists on using only Kobe beef, which has particularly superior quality even for a variety of Tajima beef.
Male snow crabs caught off the Sanin coast are called matsuba-gani. In particular, matsuba-gani caught in Tsuiyama Harbor near Kinosaki are called Tsuiyama-gani, and they are one of the leading Japanese crab brands.
Gubigabu is a restaurant serving dishes focusing on local ingredients and 100% malt locally brewed beer that goes well with Kinosaki food materials. After going around to the different public baths, have a beer while wearing a yukata.