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Authentic Japanese food! Gather Around, Foodies!

Yokosuka, Miura 17h30m

This is a 3 day trip to go across Miura, Yokosuka, Kamakura, Yokohama, and Kanagawa while enjoying local cuisine at local long-eatablished restaurants in each of these places. Based on the theme 「there is something delicous nearby」, the course is designed for you to enjoy sightseeing and food.

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Jogashima

Jogashima was published on the Michelin Green Guide Japon third edition as a two-star scenic spot. Many scenic spots are in the island. Visits can enjoy a splendid view of the Pacific Ocean and a fantastically shaped rock "Uma no Se Domon (a sea cave)" in southern hiking trail, and a grand view of Mt Fuji across the Sagami Bay that can be seen in Western part. About 700,000 of double daffodils ...

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Kuroba Tei

Fresh tuna fish will be served at this restaurant. Those fish come just straight from the Misaki fishing port which opened in 1971. It is comfortable and full of energy here in this place. There are bar seats and some private rooms. A roasted whole tuna's head is very famous as "Kabuto yaki". They have over 200 kinds of variation of dishes using every part of tuna fish.

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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 case of bad weather, as such, please check the website after 8:3...

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Urari Marché - Fish Market・Vegetable Market

A centre for fresh vegetables from Miura and Misaki Tuna. On the 2nd floor of the Vegetable Market, various produce such as Miura vegetables, meat, tofu and various breads are sold. There is also a cafe where you can sip a cup of coffee while resting. On the 1st floor, you can find seafood products such as tuna and coastal fishes, ingredients for everyday meals. Drop by the Urari Marche for del...

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Yokosuka Dobuita Street

The shopping arcade in front of the main gate of the U.S. Navy Base. The arcade thrived after World War 2 as a shopping mall for the U.S. Navy stationed in Yokosuka. Today, the street is dotted with apparel shops focused on youth (offering "Sukajan" jackets, etc.), and restaurants and bars for Americans.

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Tobiccho Honten

Tobiccho is concerned about the freshness and tastiness of Shirasu (whitebait, baby sardine). The shirasu don't stay fresh so long that Tobiccho uses only ones caught on the day. The shirasu come directly from Shonan, Fujisawa, Katase and Kamakura fishery port.

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Komachi Street

This street is one of the most famous shopping street in Kamakura, Japan. It has been featured in some TV programs and magazines. There are about 250 shops. Come and see various shops while you stroll the town.

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Yokohama Chinatown

One of the largest Chinatowns in the world with140 years of history. More than 500 restaurants and shops fill an area of about 500 square meters. Known as one of the three major Chinatowns in Japan along with those in Kobe and Nagasaki.

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