Mostly maybe or maybe not depending on what you eat. You may ask what is the today's catch.
What is good is also depending on the season, i.e. Grilled Sanma is well fattened & delicious in the fall.
Hamamatsuko in Shizuoka is well known for eel. Grilled eel is plump and delicious.
If you come across Katsuo-no-tataki, you might try. The Katsuo, bonito/ skipjack, is all firm red muscles, redder than Maguro tuna, and when dried, shaving flakes are used for all Japanese broth seasoning. In sashimi, it is sometimes seared the outside quickly and dipped in ice water to stop cooking. It is very rare sashimi and delicious, better and healthier than blue fin tuna as the skipjack is much smaller and has much less mercury accumulation.
Thanks! Appreciate your guidance!
Hey everybody, thanks for the advice!
One question: any intelligence on a onsen hotel named "shoutoukan.."
The have a website but no English version. Looks lovely and slightly expensive.
Is it nice? Is it well liked by Japanese reviewers?
My wife and I would like two nights of quiet and low-stress and peace.
Where is it exactly from Numazu?
Thanks to reply as able!
There are 132 reviews on this link. They gave 4.22 out of possible 5, which is very good.
>>>Where is it exactly from Numazu?<<<
How to get there depends on where in Numazu you start from.
You need to find out what the local specialties are and stick with those if you want local seafood.