Utayama ramen, which is one of the most representative flavors of Wakayama, is usually called “Chinese noodles”.
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...
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 ...
In Wakayama Prefecture, 'chagayu' is referred to as' Okaisan 'or' Okayu-san. ' Because rice was valuable in the prefe...
Taiji Town, Higashimuro-gun, Wakayama Prefecture is the birthplace of whaling in Japan. Whales are regulated by comme...
It is a pink and refreshing aroma udon made with plum meat of Nanko Ume from Wakayama Prefecture.
Noodles with a smo...
Uzumi is a Buddhist style dish in which tofu and shiitake mushrooms are topped with sumashiru made from shiitake mush...
Wakayama Prefecture boasts one of the leading tangerines production in Japan. In particular, the Arita region, which ...
Hatagonbo is a burdock grown in the Nishihata area of Hashimoto City, located on the hillside of Mt. Kunishiro at an ...
Kokera-zushi is said to be the prototype of 'shizushi' or 'box-zushi' (box-zushi). It is said that 'kokera-zushi' is ...