You can buy it, bake it and eat it right away!In a corner of the parking lot of the Wakasa Obama Fish Center, there is a shichirin-yaki hut. Here, visitors can grill their own food purchased at nearby stores over a charcoal fire. For a fee of 300 yen for adults and 100 yen for children (ages 3 to elementary school), you will be provided with a charcoal grill, tongs, chopsticks, and plates, so all you need to do is bring in your own food.
A savory smell that whets the appetiteThe hut is marked by a blue flag with the words "Blessings of Wakasa," written in large letters. Wooden tables are placed in a log house-style building. When you take a seat, a charcoal-filled shichirin (a seven-wheeled grill) is ready for you to use. You can enjoy Obama's specialty, mackerel, horse mackerel, and dried sea eel in soy sauce, freshly grilled over charcoal in the shichirin, which is sure to be delicious. Enjoy the bounty of the sea from Obama, Wakasa, over a charcoal fire.
Adults: 300 yen
8:00 – 14:00 (*Overtime hours on request)
In the parking lot of Wakasa Obama Fish Center
Winter (December to February), Wednesdays, bad weather days
1-30 persons (equipped with 40 shichirin rings)