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  • Roadside Station Mokkulu Shinshiro
    Roadside Station Mokkulu Shinshiro

    Eat up this "Japanese sword!" At Mokkulu Shinshiro, there's a traditional Japanese food that's just like a Japanese sword. The name of that food is the giant gohei-mochi. Gohei-mochi is rice put on a wooden stick, slathered with sauce, and baked to ready-to-eat perfection. The average size is approximately 120 grams, but this giant gohei-mochi is a whopping 1,600. You can take on the challenge...

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  • Roadside Station Agri Station Nagura
    Roadside Station Agri Station Nagura

    Cherry blossoms have a very important meaning to Japanese people. If you visit here, you will understand their meaning. Pink cherry blossoms line the Nagura River for as far as 2 kilometers. People wait for a beautiful spring day like this impatiently, welcome it, and try to take in as much as possible of their fleeting beauty. If, by chance you can visit this place at this time of the year, th...

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  • Sekiya Brewery Co., Ltd.
    Sekiya Brewery Co., Ltd.

    Have you ever come across the best cup of drink—Japanese sake? Japanese sake is manufactured from brewed ground rice. Ranging from sweet to dry tasting, with a well-rounded scent and flower-like fragrance, a variety of flavors is brought forth in this flawlessly perfect drink. Established in 1864, the popular Sekiya Brewery Co., Ltd. brews sake using the pure water that gushes forth from this l...

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  • Yagumoen in Kiyosaki
    Yagumoen in Kiyosaki

    When summer arrives, you should play in the Samusa River flowing nearby! Here, there's a fishing weir called a "yana" where you can catch sweetfish with your bare hands. Eat the freshly caught fish salt-grilled or fried. It'll taste like no other! In winter, you can eat specialty udon noodles made with boar meat.
    Better yet, you can also try kinuhime salmon here, which was created using Japan...

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  • Roadside Station Toyone Green Port Miyajima
    Roadside Station Toyone Green Port Miyajima

    Blessed with trees and abundant clear water, Toyone Village is raising sturgeon. The luxury food caviar is made from sturgeon's roe! Caviar has not been harvested yet, but the sturgeon, which has been eaten by royalty and nobility, is given the brand name "Royal Fish" and raised with great care. At Toyone Green Port Miyajima, you can try food made with this Royal Fish. The dishes made with stur...

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  • Bäckerei Minden German Bakery
    Bäckerei Minden German Bakery

    The only bakery in Toyone Village. Despite its remote location in the mountains, the bakery is surprisingly visited by many customers who travel long distances to get there. But you will understand why, once you have a bite of their bread. The bakery is run by a couple who moved to Toyone from Nagoya. Their German bread is so authentic that even German people love and approve of it. You can ful...

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  • Shimizukan
    Shimizukan

    One step outside and you can see a sky full of stars. Shimizukan is one of the few ryokan in Japan that serve halal food to cater to Muslim guests. The hostess speaks English, so if you want to know more about the charms of Okumikawa, feel free to ask her. She knows good places to eat river fish cuisine, try your hands at making the specialty gohei-mochi, and see fireflies. Here, you will get t...

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