Kamiamakusa supports the kitchens of the citizens in Kumamoto Prefecture with fish. This means you can savor fresh seafood here. Auctions in Kamiamakusa are held with the fish kept alive in fish preserves. They are then preserved in fish preserves after being delivered to local restaurants. Please make sure to try the freshest fish here that you cannot eat anywhere else.
There are many places where you can enjoy fresh fish in Kamiamakusa. There are even restaurants that people make the trip to all the way from Tokyo. Why don't you enjoy a fish life surrounded by fresh fish without getting bored by eating seafood over rice for lunch and a sashimi selection for dinner?
There are many restaurants where you can enjoy seafood. Therefore, make sure to visit a seafood restaurant when you come to Kamiamakusa! The texture and flavor of the fresh dish here is different to what you find in regular supermarkets or restaurants. Furthermore, above all else, the cost performance will greatly exceed (NANAME-UE) your expectations! You will be served an amount that is many times what you would eat in an ordinary restaurant. Accordingly, we recommend that you check with the staff when ordering. Please note that your table will become a fish party if you make a regular order!
Cake Kobo Pumpkin in Kamiamakusa gives you a dream-like experience when you sink your teeth into its roll cake with a length of 50 cm from the beginning. You can enjoy this sweet of a double extra-large roll cake of 50 cm that will greatly exceed (NANAME-UE) your expectations in this shop. However, it is not just long; the simple taste of the eggs and cream will invite you to take another bite. Moreover, in addition to the plain flavor, you can also try salted caramel, matcha green tea, chocolate and seasonal limited flavors. There are so many flavors available you will find it difficult to try them all.
Amakusadaiou Bar Sun Hara-Ippai is a restaurant specializing in local specialties made from Amakusadaiou - the local traditional pedigree chicken breed of Kamiamakusa. This restaurant, which extols the virtues of being a local traditional pedigree chicken specialist in Kamiamakusa with its abundant marine product resources, will greatly exceed (NANAME-UE) your expectations as a restaurant that is truly worthy of being located in Kamiamakusa.
The phrase "the regional pedigree chicken breed* of such and such a place" is overused, isn't it? Doesn't it make you unsure about which regional pedigree chicken breed is really tasty?
There are people who think that dashi* doesn't really change the flavor of dishes no matter how much you use! If you use the dashi of Kamiamakusa, you will definitely notice a difference.