Hiroshimato Photo Writer List
Hello. My name is Izumi Furukawa and I was born in Kagawa Prefecture. Before getting married in 2012, I wrote for various magazine companies and Internet based media organizations in Tokyo. After marrying, I moved to Hiroshima and am now raising my child as well as writing stories about my fascination with this area through Setouchi Finder. Most of the articles I write are about places I visit on weekends with my family. My favorite driving course is Route 375 from Saijyo to the Miyoshi Area, and my favorite food from the Hiroshima area is Anagomeshi (from Miyajima)!!
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Around a 30 minute boat ride from Takehara port in the south of Hiroshima prefecture, the isolated Osakikamijima Island can be found floating on the Seto Inland Sea.
The Summer Starts With A Spectacular Event : Tomonoura Sea Bream Fishing (Fukuyama Ciy, Hiroshima Prefecture)
Chitose - Seafood & Sea Bream: Popular, Yummy Sea Bream Cuisine In The Port City of Tomonoura (Hiroshima Prefecture)
Okonomiyaki - Learn, Watch & Make! Otafuku Sauce's『Wood Egg Okonomiyakikan』No. 2【Okonomiyaki Cooking Lesson】(Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture)【PR】
Okonomiyaki - Learn, Watch & Make! Otafuku Sauce's『Wood Egg Okonomiyakikan』No. 1【Museum - Factory Tour】(Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture)【PR】
Orizuru Tower: Hiroshima’s New Visitor Hotspot Next to the Genbaku Dome!
Essential Japanese Culture Experience Project in Hiroshima [wa-cul-know] (Know Japanese Culture)
A Japanese Garden 3 Mins from Hiroshima Airport! See Profusely Blooming Hydrangeas at the Hana Matsuri Flower Festival.
Loved for 40 Years, Shako-don no Mise Still Serves Kasaoka's Famed Local Shrimp Gourmet!
France-ya: A Marriage Between Japan & the West in a Restaurant in the Town of Breweries!
Grated Yam on Rice: Made with Sticky Japanese Yam! Writer Baton Yamaguchi Edition…
Yasobaan: A Delicacy Found by the Gate of Okuboji Temple (No.88 on the Shikoku Pilgrimage Trail)!
Uchikomi Udon Noodles Warm the Body & Mind! Here’s a Recipe for the Flavor of Kagawa's Mums!
No.1 in Writing Brush Production! Fudenosato Kobo, a Museum in Kumano, Hiroshima Prefecture.
‘88house hiroshima’ : A Country Guesthouse in the Midst of Nature, but Near the City!
Fun & Easy Traditional Arts Experience! Make Your Own Uchiwa Fan @ Uchiwa Kobo Take at the foot of Marugame Castle!
Tokushima Marché : For both Locals & Tourists! The Big Marché That Draws People from All Over!
Auberge de Oishi : The Hidden Setouchi Restaurant & Adjacent Accommodation with Delicious French Food & Beautiful Private Ambience.
Restaurant Shimamura L'esprit de MIKUNI: The Playful Chef's Natural Style French Cuisine Created From Seto Inland Sea Ingredients [Check the Reader Benefits].
Located in Hiroshima prefecture, Miyoshi city is situated in a valley in the shadows of the mountains.
Shodoshima Island is the second biggest island within the Seto Inland Sea after Awaji Island. Among other products, it’s quite well-known for its soy sauce, somen noodles and olives. This time we bring you a recipe from this treasure trove of delicacies!
Did you know that a group in Marugame city, Kagawa prefecture has made a public promise to change the city's name to "Honetsukidori city" ('Bone-in chicken' city)?!
Floating off the coast of Kagawa prefecture, Shodoshima Island produces 90% of all the olives grown in Japan.
The Tokiwa Shinmachi district of Takamatsucity, Kagawa prefecture is filled with interesting eateries that are visited by locals after work.
Along with the world heritage site of Miyajima and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, one of the areas most popular sightseeing spots is Onomichi.
Designated a Special Place of Scenic Beauty by the Japanese government, Ritsurin Garden also earned 3 stars in a famous French guidebook.
Clank, clonk, clank, clonk… Slowly crossing in front of us, a train just departed Kotoden Shido station.
A white building shines against the deep blue sky. This is Nautique Shiroyama, an auberge located on Innoshima Island along Shimanami Kaido, the cyclists' holy ground.
When thinking about Marugame, Kagawa prefecture, the first thing that comes to mind is probably udon noodles and honetsukidori (grilled on the bone chicken thigh). However, this time we will be introducing a castle with over 400 years of history.
Kagawa prefecture is very well known for its udon noodles. Though it has become a local gourmet dish that no longer requires explanation, this time we will be introducing a little trivia related to Kagawa’s udon shops.