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Yakitori is one of the most popular foods in Japan. There are lots of Yakitori restaurants in Yokosuka because Yokosuka is famous for Izakaya culture. Many Japanese have Yakitori with drinking alcohol. It’s a Japanese style.
Yakitori restaurant HISAGO is good for having tasty Yakitori. Of course, other menus are also nice. It takes 3-4 minutes from Shioiri Station.

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There are many restaurants and izakaya bars that serve tuna in Yokosuka because it is close to Misaki Port. The port is at the southernmost tip of the Miura peninsula and has one of the largest tuna catch in Japan.

You can see and buy delicious tuna at the following shop:

1.Tuna Store Tekka Tuna KOUKEIMARU (Port Market)

Tuna Store Tekka Tuna KOUKEIMARU, which is located in the Yokosuka Port Market, offers fresh bigeye tuna, southern bluefin tuna, and takeout lunches for sale.

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This curry is based on a recipe from a Japanese navy during the Meiji era titled, “Navy Culinary Art Book of Reference.”

It's cooked by frying up curry powder and flour. The side menu come with milk and salad.

You can try this curries at these restaurants below.

1. Wood Island

Wood Island's specialty is using large and fresh carrots and potatoes that have been produced in Yokosuka. They put extra care into maintaining the shape of the vegetables in the process. Their curry roux contains a lot of vegetable extract that brings out the flavor of the meat and vegetables.

Wood Island page here

2. Yokosuka Kaigun Curry Honpo

"Yaki Curry(grilled curry)" is their specialty. One of their unique aspects is the curry being served in large amounts inside our British retro-styled stew pot!

Yokosuka Kaigun Curry Honpo page here

Let's check Yokosuka's one of the most famous gourmets!