I like Naruto, and I will probably go there often from now on. Even if I don't introduce it in my blog, I will go there. As for why I like Naruto, I'll skip that part because it has nothing to do with tourism!
Anyway, the reason I went to Naruto today was to fulfill two major purposes: to eat Naruto seafood and to see the Naruto whirlpools.
Surprisingly goofy, right? But as I approach 30 years of age, I've come to realize how important it is to have a goofy sense of humor. So, here we go again with the sticky sightseeing!
Breakfast at Binbiya
The first place I headed to was the Fishermen's Cooperative Restaurant Uzushio. I had just been informed that there would be a "morning market at a loss" starting at 9:00 a.m. on July 14.
So I arrived at 8:50 a.m. with great enthusiasm, thinking, "I can't be late! And when I arrived at 8:50 a.m. with great enthusiasm, to my surprise, the parking lot was full of cars and I couldn't park. What a mess! I brought a huge cooler box!
However, even if you persist here, the car will not move out of the way. The event had not started yet. Since we were wasting time waiting, we decided to have breakfast at a nearby restaurant called "Bimbiya," which serves seafood dishes.
This place opens at 9:00 AM, and suddenly there was a huge line. I'm usually not the type of person to wait in line for a meal, but I knew the place was pretty big and I just had to endure it for a while, so I did. I think I waited outside the restaurant for about 10 minutes, the longest time in my life.
I know it's probably poisonous for a gout sufferer like me, but I have a bit of a memory of this place. I thought, "Someday, I want to eat the most expensive one while chewing on that memory," and I ate it as my last chance to make it come true. I ate it all.
Binbi Teishoku (set meal).
First came the lobster miso soup and rice.
The sashimi platter came and
*I really wanted to take a picture of them all lined up, but they came in quite a few different places at different times. If I had waited for them all to arrive, I would have missed the best timing. I'm sorry, but food is more important than pictures. .) m(……)
It was my first time to try it, and it was delicious.
I was surprised at the amount of food, but I finished it without incident.
Well, next, we set off to see the whirlpools. At first, we headed for Escahiru Naruto.