Thursday, July 9, 2009

Seafood in Enoshima 江ノ島

Dinner time - so after a long day's walk and not had a proper lunch, how would you find dinner destination? You walk some more until you find the restaurant with the biggest buzz and the longest queue. It's lucky that Enoshima is a tiny island with 4km in circumference and a small stretch of waterfront restaurants. Tobiccho is a small seafood restaurant with a small street stall at the front and there seems to be no lack of people queuing up for all its different concoctions of シラス(small sardines) and other local shellfishes like サザエ turban shell and はまぐりclam.

If you like seafood from Hakodate in Sapporo and you are not fussy about variety, you won't be disappointed here!!

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