Sushi, a popular food, remains synonymous with Japanese Food. Sushi can be served at expensive restaurants, or at Budget restaurants such as Kaiten Sushi, where plates usually go for around 100 yen each. Tsukiji Market is one of the more popular destinations where tourists sample a sushi set at a Restaurant after browsing the Market.
Tsuruga City in Fukui prefecture nests right on the west coast, taking pride in its incredibly fresh and delicious seafood. Nihon-Kai Sakana Machi, which translates to “Sea of Japan’s Fish City,” has rows of vendors after vendors, all selling different types of ingredients from the sea greens to fresh seafood!
Here’s a perfect destination for all you foodies and artists out there – if you especially like tuna, the Japanese maguro, you’re in for a real treat. Miura Peninsula, better known as Miura-hanto, is located on the Southern tip of Kanagawa prefecture and makes for a great day trip from Tokyo or Yokohama.