Nare-zushi, a local sushi representative of Wakayama, is fermented sushi made without using vinegar. It has a unique ...
Wakayama prefecture has the highest production volume of mandarin oranges in Japan and the national market share is 1...
The history of fu, which is famous as a souvenir from Mt. Koya, is old, and it is said that monks handed it down from...
Sanma sushi is a familiar sushi that has been made in ordinary households for festivals and New Year dishes since anc...
Spiny lobster is a representative high-class ingredient in the Kinan region where the special tide flow of the intric...
“Katsuura Fishing Port” in Wakayama prefecture is famous as one of the best tuna longline fishing bases in Japan. The...
Sesame tofu, which was born as one of the vegetarian dishes in Koyasan, a sacred place for Japanese Buddhism that was...
It is said that “Kamikishiya,” which is said to be the origin of Koyasan's specialty yakimochi, became popular for it...
Kinzanji miso is a mellow and soft edible miso produced in Wakayama prefecture where cucumber, eggplant, shiso, ginge...
Wakayama prefecture is one of the leading cutlass fish production areas in Japan. It is caught off the coast of the K...
They are caught throughout the year, but the best season is spring and autumn. Shirasu fishing is at its peak from la...
Plums in Wakayama prefecture rank first in Japan in terms of cultivation area (5,620 hectares (Heisei 21)) and shipme...
“Wasabi sushi” wrapped in wasabi leaves grown in the clear stream of the Arida River is a local dish of the Shimizu r...
Kushikaki making began in Shigo about 400 years ago, and the dry and cold wind blowing down from the foot of Mt. Izum...
Jabara is a phantom citrus that grew only one naturally in Kitayama-mura, Wakayama prefecture. Its major characterist...
Wakayama Prefecture's premium fish kue is proud of its delicate taste, gelatinous skin, and fat tightness that makes ...
Mehari Sushi is a regional dish of the Yoshino region, mainly in the Kumano region that spans Wakayama and Mie prefec...
Taiji Town, Higashimuro-gun, Wakayama Prefecture is the birthplace of whaling in Japan. Whales are regulated by comme...
“Small bream sparrow sushi” is a local sushi from Wakayama prefecture that has been eaten since ancient times, and is...
Yamato tea porridge is a local dish known as “Okaisan” in Nara.
It is a simple dish that is boiled with hojicha in c...
Shikishiki is one of the snacks usually eaten in Katsuragi Taima and Shinjo, and it is a snack that feels like a crep...
Utayama ramen, which is one of the most representative flavors of Wakayama, is usually called “Chinese noodles”.
Yuasa Town in Wakayama Prefecture is one of the largest in the prefecture and boasts one of the largest amounts of la...
Kumano beef is said to be the root of Kumano beef from Kyoto during the Heian period. After that, it was kept in the ...