Special Foods & Restaurants In matsuyama-shi#LocalSpecialties


Special Foods & Restaurants characterized by LocalSpecialties to travel in matsuyama-shi that Japanese travelers and locals recommend.


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Rintaro08/08/2016

They remake Ehime's famous jako-ten into jako-katsu. A chewy fried small fish paste and crispy bread crumbs become excellent combination. It's a kind of new local specialty that tastes better than it looks, and it's worth eating so much.

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Rintaro07/20/2016

Though many other restaurants use chewy sea breams for tai-don, Izumo-ya dares to make the flesh soft. With little firm vinegar rice and soft boiled egg, Ehime's specialty tai-don creates the excellent balance of all foodstuffs.

#LocalSpecialties#seafood
Rintaro07/19/2016

A good taste café in Dogo Onsen, a hot spring town. They use Ehime's specialty mikan (strictly picked Japanese tangerines) to make freshly squeezed juice, ice cream and even mikan beer! There're several different kinds, and it'll be interesting to compare the tastes after enjoying hot springs.

#LocalSpecialties#liquor
Rintaro07/15/2016

Goshiki is popular by specialties in Ehime. Among all, tai-somen noodle lavishly using a whole sea bream is very popular! Flaking the flesh away from the bone in stock soup thick enough to be excellent with alcoholic drinks, you can enjoy the superb dish!

#LocalSpecialties#Traditional
3_PEI09/29/2014

It is a local dish of Matuyama (it is the the Japanese thin noodle with sea bream). I flaked the sea bream grilled with salt and mixed the noodle with them and some spices in the soup. The light taste of noodle gose well with the salty taste of sea bream. And a local noodle 'Kumayama Somen' is used for the dish.

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