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Creative Local cuisine "Chiba-san"

What is Mr. Chiba...?

This dish was devised based on the "sanga-yaki" in which fishermen in Samukawa, Chiba City, who supported Edo-mae, roasted fish caught on a boat with condiments and miso paste.

Tataki, which is made by cutting ingredients such as fish and meat into small pieces, adding miso, green onions, large leaves, and ginger and pounding them with a knife, and "Namero," which is further finely pounded and eaten raw, is a creative local cuisine created by adding additional ingredients and cooking methods.

When you come to Chiba City, please enjoy the "Chiba-san" created by famous restaurants in Chiba City with their unique personalities and ideas!

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At the end of the Edo period, fishermen's boats in Samukawa used to cook the fish they caught on board for a meal. Soy sauce spills out, so the seasoning was exclusively miso. It is said that the origin of "sangayaki" is a dish (tataki) made by pounding the caught fish with condiments and miso, dipping it in the back of the shamoji and roasting it over a fire. These dishes, which were invented by the fishermen of Samukawa who wanted to deliver the fish they caught to Edo while they were still fresh, out of the need for on-board cooking, are a valuable culture that tells us that Chiba supported "Edo-mae". (Written by Samukawa Shrine Ujiko Youth Association)

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Chiba Port Tower / Chiba Port Park Chiba Port Tower in Chiba City is an observation tower 125 meters above the ground that opened in 1986. Located on the shores of Tokyo Bay, the tower's observation deck offers a 360-degree panoramic view. On clear days, you can see Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Sky Tree in the distance, and at night, the beautiful night view Unfolds, and it has been certified as a "sacred place for Lover's Mecca" and "Japan Night View Heritage". It is also known as a famous place for cherry blossoms, and is a popular Spot that Implementation various events such as Christmas illumination and special opening of the First sunrise. In addition, Chiba Port Park Unfolds around the Port Tower, and Maintenance has a vast Lawn square, playground equipment, Barbecue area, etc. There is also a Garden where you can enjoy seasonal flowers, making it ideal for families, couples, and friends to spend a relaxing time. Chiba Port Tower and Port Park are loved by many visitors as Healing Spots where nature and urban landscapes are fused. [Cibaport Tower] ■ Business hours: ・June ~ September 9:00-21:00 ・October ~ May 9:00 ~ 19:00 (Mon ~ Fri) / 9:00 ~ 20:00 (Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) *Last admission is 30 minutes before closing time. ■Closed: ・ Closed on the 4th Monday of even-numbered months and 12/28~31 at the end of the year (please check the website for details) * For safety reasons, it may be temporarily closed due to strong winds. Fee: ・Admission fee: 420 yen for Adult, 200 yen for elementary and junior high school students ■ Access: ・About a 12-minute walk from Chiba Monorail/JR Keiyo Line "Chiba Minato Station" ・ From the JR Chiba Station West Exit No. 26 bus stop, take the "Chiba Port Tower" line and get off at the last stop. ・ From the JR Chiba Station West Exit No. 26 bus stop, take the "Chiba Minato Loop Bus" to "Chiba Central Police Station" and walk for about 5 minutes. ■Address: Chuoko 1, Chuo-ku, Chiba City
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Japanese Garden "Mihamaen" A Japanese Garden in Makuhari Seaside Park with an area of about 1.6 hectares. In the pond spring circulation Garden, mountains, rivers, seas, forests, etc. are expressed, and you can fully enjoy the natural beauty of the four seasons. It has a reputation for being able to easily experience Japanese culture. At the authentic tea house "Shoreitei", which is built in a number of strange houses, you can overlook the proud Garden and spend a relaxing time while enjoying seasonal Japanese sweets from Chiba long-established stores and matcha tea (for a fee) from long-established stores in Kyoto. You can also enjoy the experience of feeding beautiful carp that swim gracefully in the pond in the garden. (Paid / Closed in winter) In addition, there are plenty of events where you can easily experience Japanese culture. A variety of events are held, such as koto concerts and guided tours of gardens and tea rooms, so if you would like to participate, please check the official website. If you are staying near Kaihin Makuhari Station, it is within walking distance, so please extend your visit! ■ Business hours: 8:00-17:00 ■ Closed: Yes (please check the website) Fee: ・Admission fee: 100 yen for Adult, 50 yen for elementary, junior high and high school students * If you are 65 years old or older, admission is free upon presentation of your ID. * Matcha (with Japanese sweets) 700 yen for 1 cup (sweets change depending on the season) ■ Access: By < train> About a 10-minute walk from the south exit of Kaihin Makuhari Station on the JR Keiyo Line <By car> (From Tokyo) Approximately 7 minutes after exiting the Higashi-Kando "Wangan Narashino IC"         About 5 minutes after exiting the Higashikando "Wangan Chiba IC" (from the Chiba direction) ■Address: 2-116 Hibino, Mihama-ku, Chiba City