Shinshu is said to be the birthplace of “buckwheat”. Nagano Prefecture became famous as “Shinshu soba” because it has...
Buckwheat is made from buckwheat flour with the addition of water or boiling water, quickly stirred into a dumber-lik...
Nagano Prefecture is a famous mushroom production area, and most of the domestic Enokidake, which is a raw material f...
“Sanzoku yaki”, which can be said to be the soul food of Shinshu people, is a local dish of Nakashinobu region (Shioj...
Shinshu salmon is a new variety of salmon that crossed rainbow trout and brown trout and inherited the strengths of e...
As it is said to be “snow, kotatsu and leaf pickling in Shinshu”, this mineral-rich snow melting water and cold diffe...
Oyaki, a specialty of Nagano Prefecture, is a food made by melting flour and buckwheat flour in water, kneaded, and t...
New shoots with a unique aroma that grow in early spring are edible and treated as wild vegetables. Koshi Abura is ve...
Togakushi soba refers to soba (soba) in Togakushi (formerly Togakushi village), Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture. Alon...
Nagano Prefecture (especially Saku region) is an area where carp farming is thriving. Koi-koku is a stewed dish like ...