Because Lake Shinji is a brackish lake, it is suitable for growing shijimi. It is Japan's largest freshwater catch, a...
Shijimi is said to be one of the “Shinjiko Shichichichin”, and the typical dish using shijimi is shijimi soup, which ...
Maitake rice is a rice cooked with vegetables such as Maitake and carrots, a specialty of Iinan Town.
Aromatic and c...
It is made throughout Shimane Prefecture at the time of Tango no Sekku, and is also popular as a snack for children. ...
Izumo soba is a food culture representative of the Izumo region. One of the features is that it looks dark compared t...
Oki Island is an archipelago in the northeast of Shimane Prefecture and consists of four main islands and more than 1...
Because it is said to be the birthplace of zenzai, Izumo, where Izumo Taisha Shrine is located, is a place where eigh...
The name of “no-yaki” originates from the fact that it was baked outside to avoid smoke and hot air, and is said to h...
In Tsuwano, in autumn, the word “hey is the season of imoni” dances around the town. The ingredients for imoni are ma...
Kisuki Town in Unnan has long been said to be the limit of fish from the Sea of Japan to reach raw. Here, “grilled ma...
Shimane Prefecture boasts the nation's top annual catch of mackerel. Delicious mackerel with fat is taken by the cold...