Firefly squid live in deep water, but around March they gather along the Toyama Bay coast to lay eggs, and they are l...
Toyama's representative seafood, white shrimp, is designated as “Toyama Prefecture's fish” along with firefly squid a...
Firefly squid mixed with vinegar and miso is a typical spring dish in Toyama.
Firefly squid live in deep water, but ...
Another thing that is attracting attention when it comes to Toyama fish paste is “zaiku fish paste.” It is colored su...
Toyama fish paste is represented by “swirling fish paste” such as kelp rolls, etc., and its origin also comes from co...
Kureha pears are a brand pear representing Toyama prefecture cultivated in the Kureha district.
In order to protect ...
Kombuzaki is a dish created by combining kombu from Hokkaido brought by Kitamaebune in the Edo period with fish caugh...
Deep water prepared oysters are oysters that have been stored and purified for 24 hours or more using Nyuzen deep sea...
Red snow crabs that live in Toyama Bay can be caught at a depth of around 1,000 meters.
There are no red snow crab f...
Kaburazushi is a type of narezushi that is slowly fermented using koji, where a cut is made into a salted turnip and ...
Locally popular and sold as fresh food. The newly caught white shrimp has a light pinkish transparent body color and ...
Kurobe dam curry is a curry and rice with the motif of the nationally famous tourist site “Kurobe Dam” in Toyama pref...
“Toyama dried persimmons” are dried persimmons cultivated in the former town of Fukumitsu and the former town of Joha...
Oiwa somen has existed since the Muromachi period, and it seems that at that time it was a high-class item and could ...
The yellowtail that can be taken during the cold season is called “Kanburi”, and the fat “Himi no Kanburi” found off ...
Toyama Black Ramen is a local ramen that originated in the center of Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture. The ramen was or...
Asahi is a place rich in nature where the Northern Alps and the jade coast spread out, and it is the town where the t...
Toyama Prefecture has a rich natural environment, and Toyama Bay, which is also called “natural life”, is blessed wit...
Toyama Prefecture is the highest amount of kelp per household in Japan. One of the most classic kombu dishes is “kelp...
Masu sushi is a local dish from Toyama Prefecture and is also known as ekiben.
It is a type of pressed sushi that us...
In Toyama prefecture, where rice is grown, dishes and sweets using mochi are always involved in events and life miles...
Himi udon is a local dish around Himi City in Toyama Prefecture, and is “hand-stretched”. Make it longer like a rod o...
“Himi beef” is characterized by good “fat congestion” and “fat quality”, which refers to the condition of the so-call...
Kakinoha Susushi, which is popular as a local dish of Toyama, is a sushi that is carefully wrapped in persimmon leave...