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Enjoy Exquisite Oyster Dishes at a Café Overlooking the Ocean in Ako City!
Located in the southwestern corner of Hyogo Prefecture, Ako City is home to the remains of Ako Castle and its old castle town. The area is also known for its beautiful ocean views, and Ako Misaki is a great place to look out over the gorgeous waves. It’s also considered a sacred place for lovers! ♥
Additionally, the fish and shellfish here are fresh from the ocean, so they’re really delicious! This time, I’ll be introducing a chic café near Ako Misaki, called “Osaki Wa Café,” where you can enjoy fresh oysters harvested here in Ako City!
Relax and Enjoy Delicious Tajima Beef at “Yumura Onsen,” Famous for its Beautification Water
The Tajima area, located on the northern side of Hyogo Prefecture, is full of bountiful nature and is home to so many high-quality and fresh ingredients! The area is famous for seafood such as snow crab, but you also should absolutely try the area’s Tajima beef. Tajima cattle are a type of cow with an amazing pedigree that are meticulously raised. Actually, Tajima cattle are not only classified as producing the world-famous Kobe beef, but its calves are also crossed with other breeds to make other high-class brands of cattle. So, Japanese branded beef wouldn’t even exist without Tajima cattle! This time, I visited Yumura Onsen, somewhere you can enjoy both sightseeing and Tajima beef!
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.
Which is Tasier, Kobe or Awaji Beef? Introducing the Charms of Awaji Beef!
Awaji is an island blessed with a "power spot" long revered by locals, a park where flowers proudly blooming in every season can be appreciated, and it's also where the freshest seafood can be enjoyed, as it is surrounded by water. From Kobe, the metropolis of Hyogo Prefecture, it can be accessed by rental car or express bus. Today, I'll introduce a restaurant where delectable dishes prepared with Awaji-Gyu, the beef that's the pride of Awaji Island, can be savored.
Awaji Island Abounds with Seafood! Introducing a Restaurant Recommended for its Cuisine and Superb Scenery!
Awaji Island, home of a "power spot" long revered by Japanese, features a park where you can appreciate beautiful flowers proudly blooming in every season. Surrounded by the seas, it also offers fresh seafood that can only be enjoyed on an island. From Hyogo Prefecture's metropolis of Kobe, Awaji Island can be accessed by rental car or express bus. Today, I will introduce a restaurant where delicious cuisine can be savored.
Use the Coupon for a Free Tasting at Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum
Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum is housed in a sake brew house built about 100 years ago. To show the process of making pure sake, items such as life-sized dolls were created and the process is explained in easy-to-understand exhibits. In addition to sake itself, visitors can purchase sweets made from sake in the gift shop.
Use an Economical Coupon to Save on Admission to the UCC Coffee Museum!
UCC Coffee Museum is the only one of its kind in all of Japan. Mr. Tadao Ueshima, the founder of major Japanese coffee manufacturer UCC Group, established this museum in Kobe, where the company was founded. It was built to realize his wish to tell even one more person how wonderful coffee can be.
A Coupon for a Special Gift at “Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum”
Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum offers visitors the chance to learn about how sake is brewed. The museum’s most prominent feature, the Sake Brewing Exhibit Room, has been recognized by the country as an Important Cultural Asset.