Niihama city, Ehime Pref.
FOOD 2015 30 minutes Episode(s): 1 english Japanese
Ehime's Niihama city is blessed with the beautiful Seto Inland Sea and a variety of delicious seafood. Local people enjoy 'Fuguzaku', a dish made from Fugu (blowfish) which is only caught during the winter months. 'Fuguzaku' is roughly sliced blowfish's skin and meat mixed with citrus vinegar sauce. The city is secretly known for its large consumption of blowfish: 10 tons yearly.
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