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Unique Local Japanese Cuisine: Hiraizumi and Ichinoseki

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Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of JAPAN

 

 

 

 

 

独特の郷土料理: 平泉と一関

 

 

 

 

 

Savor Japan : Ichinoseki and Hiraizumi in Iwate Prefecture

[Unique Local Japanese Cuisine: Hiraizumi and Ichinoseki] SAVOR JAPAN certifies areas that provide distinctive culinary experiences and unique local cuisine. We travelled to the first five SAVOR JAPAN regions (certified in 2016) and created one-minute videos about them. Enjoying Japan’s special local delicacies allows a traveler to Japan to go beyond its natural beauty, historic temples and shrines and welcoming local people. In this installment, we introduce Ichinoseki and Hiraizumi in Iwate Prefecture, which have a distinctive mochi(rice cake) culture that has been passed down for generations. Please enjoy it and keep an eye out for future installments to find out about other regions.SAVOR JAPAN : http://www.maff.go.jp/e/policies/rural_dev/savor/index.html

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of JAPANさんの投稿 2018年2月20日(火)

 

savor japanは, 独特の料理や郷土料理を提供する地域を証明している. 私たちは最初の五つのを日本地域(2016年認定)を旅し, 2016分間の動画を作成しました。

日本の特別な郷土料理では, 日本への旅行者が自然な美しさ, 歴史寺院, 神社を越えて地元の人々を歓迎することができる。

この割賦は, 岩手県の一関市と平泉を紹介しており, 代々伝承されている独特の餅(餅)文化を持っている。

それを楽しんで, 他の地域のことを見つけるために, 将来の分割払いを見てください。

 

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Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of JAPAN

[Unique Local Japanese Cuisine: Hiraizumi and Ichinoseki]

 SAVOR JAPAN certifies areas that provide distinctive culinary experiences and unique local cuisine. We travelled to the first five SAVOR JAPAN regions (certified in 2016) and created one-minute videos about them.

 Enjoying Japan’s special local delicacies allows a traveler to Japan to go beyond its natural beauty, historic temples and shrines and welcoming local people.

 In this installment, we introduce Ichinoseki and Hiraizumi in Iwate Prefecture, which have a distinctive mochi(rice cake) culture that has been passed down for generations. Please enjoy it and keep an eye out for future installments to find out about other regions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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