Tokushima Seafood Lunch

At Wakayama City, we met up with friends, who drove from Tokyo. Together we caught the ferry to Tokushima City, on the the island of Shikoku. The ferry from Wakayama to Tokushima is 2 hours. The ferry’s main cabin is a communal mat area where you take off your shoes and can lie down, drink, and eat – cool.

Once in Tokushima, we headed to Binbi-ya (びんび屋) for lunch. Its a place known for its fresh seafood. Unfortunately its too well-known – the line to get in was around the block. We headed to another place down the road in the next prefecture, Kagawa – yup its fresh.


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2 Responses to Tokushima Seafood Lunch

  1. Vividhunter says:

    Great photos! I love how you’ve shot very simple subjects so beautifully. What lenses are you using?

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