The Seafood of Tojinbo

Besides the cliffs, the seafood there is something else

By Jerome Lee    - 1 min read

Sure, Tojinbo in Sakai City, Fukui Prefecture may have its famous cliffs and is a major attraction for visitors to the area. However, walk along the streets of Tojinbo and you'll notice many shops and food stalls selling a huge variety of seafood, ranging from ¥1000 for 3 small barbecued oysters to ¥1200 for a huge fresh one, and ¥1600 for a kaisendon, a rice bowl consisting of different types of fresh sashimi. The prices may be slightly on the high side, but rest assured that it is money well spent as you bite into those fresh, succulent morsels of seafood that are absolutely exploding with flavour. Here are some pictures to entice your taste buds the next time you visit the Tojinbo cliffs.

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Jerome Lee

Jerome Lee @jerome.lee

Singaporean who lived in Melbourne, Australia for 3 years, and undertook a journalism degree. A lover of soul, funk music (Motown especially), and many other forms of music. Love meeting new people, and creative things (art, fashion, photography, design, films...). Currently working at JapanTravel in Tokyo as Operations Manager for the Travel Agency department, and chasing spelling mistakes/grammatical errors in Tokyo