Manko Shoten

満幸商店

Information

Address
118 Kada, Wakayama City (Inside Awashima-jinja Shrine)
〒640-0103 和歌山県和歌山市加太118 (淡嶋神社内)
Open Hours
9:00-17:00 (Last order 16:30)
Closed: No set holidays. If there are, we will post it on our Facebook page.
Phone Number
+81-73-459-0328
Website
https://www.facebook.com/mankousyouten/
Wi-Fi
Recommended
Tai (sea bream) full course (2 person serving)

Known for its sea bream caught in Kada. The sea bream is used in individual dishes as well.

Travel Blogger's Review

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Ryan
He is a travel blogger who is living in Taiwan. The blog mainly shares the travel experience of Asian countries. The "homemade travel map" is the biggest feature of the blog to attract readers. The travel map has been downloaded by more than 300,000 people so far. Walking will leave "footprints", because only with your feet can you experience each story and every journey more deeply.
He've been to Wakayama City, from 8th to 10th January in 2020.

His blog is "果子的腳印 Ryan's footprint".
http://ryanyang0725.pixnet.net/blog

Beside the 満幸商店, there is 加太港; Aside from snapper, the most famous seafood of Cata is 吻仔魚! Although this store looks inconspicuous, it has a very popular meal in the simple store: 吻仔魚丼飯! A large bowl of 1,000 yen, full of fish completely covered the rice and let me do not know where to start digging the spoon, drooling at the sight of it, and the soy sauce and hot tea are also included, it is really enjoy.

 

​In addition to the 吻仔魚丼飯, the “mustard snapper bone soup” is also a recommendation. It is said that their soup is made from snapper bones, which are boiled every day, and every bite is full of snapper essence. At the same time, it ’s also a local specialty to put half of the 吻仔魚丼飯 into a soup and eat it with porridge, which is also a local specialty.

【日本|和歌山】舊街與漁港的慢活小鎮 – 深度加太 (Kada) 步行一日行程!充滿娃娃的淡嶋神社、滿出來的吻仔魚洞飯、道地的傳統味道逢餅

©︎ryan’s footprint果子的腳印

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Lucie Aidart
She is travel blogger. She is good at Solo Travel.
In the beginning of November , 2017, she took a trip to Wakayama City.
Her blog is “ Voyages et Vagabondages ”.
https://voyagesetvagabondages.com/

Manko Shoten à Kada pour une expérience typique, un poisson délicieux (que j’ai vu ramené directement de la mer) et un accueil formidable.

“WAKAYAMA, LE SECRET LE MIEUX GARDÉ DU JAPON: À LA DÉCOUVERTE DU JAPON HORS DES SENTIERS BATTUS”

Manko Shouten

 

©Voyages et Vagabondages