Foods & Restaurants In kochi-shi#LocalSpecialties


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

6 Foods & Restaurants [1-6]

Imadoki Yasube

A Major Gourmet Power, Kochi. Must Not Miss The Specialty Gyoza At A Stall

Kochi has many kinds of local specialties, but 'gyoza of Yasube' is unique. They make it one by one and start to cook after they take orders. These crisp gyoza wrapped by thin doughs will make you addicted.

Rinsui

Enjoy Highest Grade Wagyu! Sukiyaki Of 'Tosa Aka-ushi'

Tosa Aka-ushi is called rare wagyu because of the small amount of shipment. You can enjoy it in the Japanese style inn. Tosa wagyu that grows in the great nature in Kochi, has a good chewiness and the more you chew the meat, more juicy flavor comes out. It's the superb sukiyaki.

All Kinds Of Delicacies Of Kochi! A Long Established Inn's Set Meal 'Komyo Gozen'

A long established inn's popular menu 'Komyo Gozen'. Tataki (a lightly roasted bonito), chanbara shellfish, dorome, original bonito 'shuto'. You can enjoy all kinds of delicacies in Kochi. They're surprisingly delicious.

Nabura-ya

A Rich Hamburg Made From Rare Wagyu, Tosa Aka-ushi Beef

Look at the gravy. There're only 2700 head of this rare wagyu. It has a thick flavor of beef although it's soft and fine-grained. So delicious! It's a proud hamburg steak in Tosa.

Bonito Slightly Grilled With Only Rice Straws

As a chef grills carefully by his hands, it doesn't have any fishy ador but a savory grilled bonito. It's both good to eat with a secret sauce and the local salt. It's only made by the proffesional skills.

Yuzu mou-ippai yogurt

Yogurt Topped With Rich Jelly Of Yuzu, A Citron

You can buy at a supermarket SUNNY MART in Kochi Pref.

A Yourgrut With Rich Yuzu Jelly And Pulp

Yuzu is a Japanese small citrus fruit. Kochi's specialty.

Manger Sasa Takasone-Store

Famous Kochi's Citrus Fruit "Buntan" Used For A Sweet Gratin

It's a kind of custard gratin. Like a mountain whose top coverd with brown. Thanks to the marriage of sweetness and sourness, you can eat whole of it easily.

A Shop Loving Kochi The Most In Japan

Sweets and food using Kochi's foodstuffs. All of them are creative and I get excited every time.

Sunday Market Imoten

A Crispy Sweet Potato Tempura that You Never Eat without Forming a Line

At a well-known Sunday market in Kochi, there's always a line in front of this booth. My family loves and buy one person one bag. Simple but unforgettable!

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