Fantastic island - Miyajima, Japan Kitahiroshima
The island has long been a religious center, due to which a considerable number of temples and sanctuaries have been preserved on it. If you get to Hiroshima, then it is definitely worth a call. A one-way trip takes less than an hour. Sailing to the island, you can see one of the main symbols of Japan - Torii, standing in the water (at high tide). It is advisable to catch a tide, since Torii and the main sanctuary of the island look much better in high water. You need to spend several hours in Miyajima, otherwise you will not even see the main attractions. Worth trying the local fried oysters. Just like in Nara, there are arrogant deer here who hunt by begging, and for lack of a better one they eat paper and plastic.
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A very beautiful castle, I can’t even believe that it is a military fortress, it is too beautiful and picturesque.
Near the castle there is a street dedicated to frogs. The whole street is souvenir shops. A lot of cute things that are more likely to be works of art than standard tourist rubbish. I took five frogs with me.
By the way, to the left of the entrance to the fortress there is a booth of volunteer guides who will give you a free tour of the castle in English.
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The area with the crazy energy of the big city. In the evening, when the backlight turns on, as if you are in another dimension !! A huge number of restaurants and shops. Be sure to take a boat trip along the canals. You will see Osaka from a different angle. True, the last boat leaves at 20:00.
Some compare the taste of oysters with beluga caviar, someone considers them tasteless. But no one could accurately and unambiguously describe it. Although everyone who tasted oysters agree on one thing - the taste of oysters is exclusive. The only way to figure this out is to try oysters yourself.
Undoubtedly - the fresher the oysters - the tastier and healthier they are. Therefore, the best option for their eating (and the taste of oysters will be optimal) directly on the sea or directly in the boat. But this opportunity is rarely provided for foodies.
When you eat an oyster, then along with its meat, which has a jelly-like consistency, you drink a certain amount of sea water. In the Adriatic Sea, which has high salinity, water is considered the cleanest and highest quality. It serves as a miniature seasoning for oysters, adding piquancy (raw oysters are not usually salted).
Oysters, except in raw form, are often fried in batter. In such a dish, the taste of oysters depends more on the seasonings and spices used, but retains their inherent tenderness. To make oysters exclusive and retain their nutritional properties, they should be quickly fried and consumed hot. Deliciously fried oysters in batter dipped in soy sauce.
In order to get the maximum pleasure from the taste of raw oysters, they try to pre-cool them on ice. Chilled oysters are watered with lemon juice. The taste of oysters from this improves, they themselves cringe a little right before your eyes from the effects of acid.