Tourist attractions include historic Wakayama Castle and exciting Wakayama Marina City. Here you can enjoy exquisite food together with the city’s history, culture,and scenic natural beauty. The city is easily accessible, only 40 minutes from Kansai International Airport.
About 30 minutes after you depart from platform  of JR wakayama station.
you'll Arrive at the final stop, kishi station, where tama , the feline stationmaster, works.
Wakayama Castle was built 430 years ago and even now towers over the center of the city as Wakayama city's symbol.
By bus from Wakayama Station will arrive in about 10 minutes
Kuroshio Market is a seafood market in Wakayama Marina City. The market’s fresh tuna has a unique taste, and a range of fresh seafood dishes are available including splendid sushi rice bowls, barbecued seafood, and more.
The holy site at the top of the mountain was founded by the famous Buddhist monk Kobo Daishi, also known as Kukai. He founded the Shingon sect of Buddhism about 1200 years ago.
In Wakayama ramen ( Chinese-style wheat noodle ) is called “Chukasoba”.“Chukasoba” is feature rich pork-based soup flavored with soy sauce.