In Gunma, where wheat production is thriving, many dishes using flour are eaten. It was originally popular as a subst...
In Gunma in winter, the dry wind “karakkaze,” which descends over the mountains, blows. Also, since there is little r...
Gunma has many rich agricultural and livestock products, such as “Joshu beef,” which was first exported to the EU in ...
You can eat it at “Mizusawa Udon Kaido” in the vicinity of Mizusawa-dera Temple near Ikaho Onsen in Gunma Prefecture....
Steamed manju is steamed on skewers, coated with thick miso sauce, put on fire and burned. In Gunma Prefecture, winte...
Udon with a width of 1.5 cm to 15 cm. 15cm wide? how do you eat it? Soak in a perfect broth and fold it up well, or e...
Gunma Prefecture seems to be suitable for the production of agricultural crops because of its long daylight hours eve...
“Cut, put in, cut and put in.” It seems that this name came from eating. no? It is a dish of thick noodles made in fl...
Speaking of B-class gourmet in Gunma, it is sauce katsudon. A little nostalgic cafeteria is sure to say that “sauce k...
The tile industry, which was once the main industry, declined, and the Joshu Fujioka Ramen Association was formed at ...
There are quite a few ramen shops in Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture, and each shop says “Is this too! even this!” an...