ISARIBI-NO-YADO Seaside KANCHO

漁火の宿 シーサイド観潮

Information

Address
82 Tano, Wakayama City
〒641-0061 和歌山県和歌山市田野82
Access
A shot walk from the SAIKAZAKI-YUEN bus stop
Phone Number
+81-73-444-0111
Website
http://www.ryokan-kancho.com/
Credit Card
VISA, MASTER, JCB
Wi-Fi
Room Type
Standard Room 12,960JPY~/ night
Breakfast & Dinner included

Other types of rooms available (Prices may vary).

Offering exquisite Kaiseki (a traditional Japanese course dinner), made with local seasonal ingredients you can only find in Wakayama. ※Wi-Fi is available in a lobby of the ryokan

Travel Blogger's Review

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Lucy Lucraft
She is Freelance writer.
In the beginning of November , 2017, she took a trip to Wakayama City.
Her blog is “ WANDERLUCE ”.
https://wanderluce.com/

Anyway, back to Japan. If you’re a regular reader, or follow me on social media you’ll know I jetted into Osaka Kansai airport heading straight for Wakayama City – somewhere totally off the beaten path but a serious hidden gem.

“ The best things to do in Wakayama, Japan “

©️WANDER LUCE

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Elle Croft
She is Travel blogger, social media consultant & author in London, UK.
In the beginning of November , 2017, she took a trip to Wakayama City.
Her blog is “ The Travel Hack ”.
http://thetravelhack.com/

We were welcomed at the Ryokan with ultra-polite Japanese hospitality, and were shown to our room: a large, but traditionally simple affair of tatami mats, futon beds and a low table with matching low chairs. Outside on the balcony, a private onsen overlooked the bay below, where a cluster of white houses that looked like a Greek village clung to the cliffs, with small islands dotted beyond.

“My Secret Wakayama: Japan’s Hidden Gem”

Saigasaki
ISARIBI-NO-YADO Seaside KANCHO

Our first priority after a long day of travel was a hearty dinner. We arrived at the dining room for our traditional meal beside huge windows that offered panoramic views of the twinkling lights beyond. The menu was in Japanese, and the staff spoke only a few words of English, so we got by with miming, guessing, and a huge serving of ‘I have no idea what I’m eating.’

Nevertheless, it was delicious – all eight courses of it! The menu was heavy on fish, which had been caught locally and was so fresh it melted in our mouths. I wish I could tell you everything else we ate, but for the most part, I genuinely have no idea. You’ll just have to trust me when I tell you it was incredible.

I can tell you what we had to drink, though: sake! Man, I love that stuff.

Japanese food

 Sake

©️The Travel Hack

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Jenny
She is travel blogger. She is good at travel blogger.
In the beginning of November , 2017, she took a trip to Wakayama City.
Her blog is “ She Gets Around ”.
https://shegetsaround.co.uk/

I’m not sure I will ever know everything I ate at the eight course local cuisine dinner that night, but most of it was delicious so we will leave it at that. Rice, fish, meats, soups, sweet treats… each course a new surprise to our eyes and taste buds. Everything was so beautifully presented we had to stop for photos before eating every course (obviously, we are bloggers after all!).

“Why you should visit traditional Japan – My Secret Wakayama”

©She Gets Around