A plan for experiencing all Misaki Port has to offer - fisherman's banner dying and a class on making fisherman's cuisine

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A plan for experiencing all Misaki Port has to offer - fisherman's banner dying and a class on making fisherman's cuisine

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Miura Guest Houses

Miura Guest Houses

You can find a lot of guest houses in Miura City. Dishes made with fresh seafood, especially tuna, are very popular here.

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Traditional Tairyo-bata Dyeing

Traditional Tairyo-bata Dyeing

A long standing dye shop established in 1833, where craftsmen of the Edo Bakufu worked. The Tairyo-bata of Misaki is one of the Top 100 Picks of Kanagawa’s Local Specialties. Each and every one of the flags are handmade with traditional techniques passed down from the Edo Period and is used not only to celebrate a new ship, but other happy events such as marriage, childbirth, children’s festivals, and one’s 60th birthday. How about making your very own original one?

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Underwater Sightseeing Boat Rainbow Fish

Underwater Sightseeing Boat Rainbow Fish

This boat is a semisubmersible where you can enjoy an underwater tour of the sea. From the observation deck, you can see various fishes swimming in the water such as damselfish, greenfish, pufferfish and seachub. Come and join us for a walk in the Miura sea with all the vibrant fishes! Please note that the tour may be cancelled in the case of bad weather, as such, please check the website on the day itself after 8.30am for updates.

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Misaki Shitamachi Shotengai (shopping area)

Misaki Shitamachi Shotengai (shopping area)

Storehouse style buildings scattered in the Misaki Shitamachi Shotengai create an atmosphere of Showa period. The Shotengai offers various specialty foods, including Misaki Tuna. Annual events are: Chakkirako (UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage) on January 15, and Miura Yoichi in August.

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Fishermen's dish (Minshuku Hara (inn))

Fishermen's dish (Minshuku Hara (inn))

Minshuku Hara (inn) is a Japanese style inn that evokes old-style Japanese house and is located in a quiet fishing village. They provide fresh and seasonal seafood, such as a striped beak-perch, in a style of ikezukuri (seafood are arranged on a platter ot look lifelike). This is the service unique to fishermen's house. Guests can experience making fishermen-style pot meal, tokoroten (jellied agar), and dried seafood as an optional extra. Okami (the proprietress of the inn) was selected as one of the 100 Best Mothers of Farmers, Fisheries, and Inns. It takes one minute by walk to get to Mitohama coast.

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