Sample many kinds of Japanese food such as sushi and kaisendon(raw dish on a bowl of rice) with a variety of locally brewed sake.
“Through the explanation and infomation from the brewery, you get to learn more about the various kinds of sake while enjoying it at the same time. I ended up getting the Yamasan Masamune Junmai-ginjo, which I can recommend to anyone who likes fruity flavored sake.”
“Chewy with a pleasant earthy taste, soba in Izumo is made using both the inner and outer parts of the buckwheat germ, which yields a darker color and richer flavor than the soba in other regions.”
Since Izumo faces the Sea of Japan, there is a variety of fresh seafood available everyday. One local delicacy is rockfish, a genus of fish including many different species.
Japanese-style pubs are known as izakaya. In the pub, you can enjoy dishes made with Shimane beef, wild vegetables and seafood, as well as sake pairings.