Kasama Inari Sushi

Kasama Inari Sushi Kasama City prospered as a town in front of "Kasama Inari Shrine," one of the three major Inari in Japan. Inari sushi, which uses a deep-fried oil named after the fox that is the ambassador of Inari Shrine, is a gourmet food that has been popular with citizens and worshipers since ancient times as a specialty of the approach. Kasama Inari sushi is a unique type of sushi, characterized by its ingredients. Each Inari contains soba, walnuts, maitake mushrooms, pork, salmon and pickles. We are particular about the arrangement at each store, mainly at the approach of the approach, so you can enjoy sushi with a beautiful cross s…

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Mito Natto

Mito Natto Natto is a natto that uses small soybeans, which is the mainstream nationwide. Branded natto produced by some manufacturers, with Tengu natto at the top, is called "Mito Natto". The rest of the boiled beans that feed the horses is fermented in straw and is the prototype of natto. It is said that it was discovered in 1083 at the residence where the Minamoto family stayed on their way to Oshu. I will. In Mito, farmers used to make and eat natto at home in the old days, but it is said that Mito natto became widely known by expanding the sales channels under the Tengu natto brand. Today, souvenirs are sold not only in packs that are e…

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Tarashiyaki

Tarashiyaki A type of monja-yaki that can be eaten at okonomiyaki restaurants as slow food in Oarai. The liquid seeds that contain chopped cabbage and the like are characterized by containing bonito flakes and raw eggs. You can add soy sauce instead of sauce by adjusting the taste with sauce before pouring on the iron plate. The origin of the name is that it is made by hanging it on the iron plate little by little, rather than pouring it all at once. Instead of making a bank like Monja-yaki, it is common to eat it with eggs and baking. In addition to Oarai-cho, it is a local dish that can be eaten in the Chichibu region of Saitama Prefecture…

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