It is said that Hinagu chikuwa began in Meiji 16 when bamboo was rolled up and rotated while baking it. The character...
“Korean candy” is the oldest venerable traditional confectionery in Kumamoto, and it was initially called “Chosei can...
“Aso mustard” is a traditional vegetable grown in the cold climate of Aso and the land of volcanic ash, and is charac...
“Hitomoji” is called wakegi outside of Kumamoto, but those grown in Kumamoto are unique ones that are slightly thicke...
It is a dish in which potato salad is tightly packed in a chikuwa hole and deep-fried. It features a crispy chikuwa t...
“Dago” refers to “dumplings” in the Kumamoto dialect. “Dago-jiru” is a dish in which flour is kneaded into flat dumpl...
Taiping Yan is an arrangement of local cuisine from Fujian Province, China, replacing Japanese ingredients. It is a n...
In the crispy and light skin, red bean paste made with Dainagon azuki beans is tightly contained, and it has an irres...
Deep-fry the prepared pork legs and drip them with vinegar soy sauce. The outside is crispy, and the contents are thi...
Tamana city, where you can overlook the Ariake Sea, north of Kumamoto Prefecture, has been famous as a hot spring tow...
Aka-beef, which is grown up by eating plenty of good quality pasture and moderate exercise, is a specialty gourmet of...
The texture of the squishy lotus root and its spiciness because it always goes out into the nose. It is a food that i...
A long-established horse meat restaurant located in Kamedori, the center of Kumamoto. We offer horse sashimi using fr...
Dengaku is a historical local dish that has been eaten for about 700 to 800 years ago.
As a commitment, the condimen...
A traditional food handed down in Yamato-cho, Kamimashiki-gun, in the Uki district, famous for producing dried persim...
It is a traditional Kumamoto local confectionery with a rustic flavor made from flour kneaded and stretched, steamed ...
This ramen was propagated from Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture, the birthplace of Tonkotsu ramen, through Tamana City...
Cultivation of raw trees from Kumamoto Prefecture Shiitake mushrooms are grown by cutting down trees such as oak and ...
The 'bone-kajiri' is a local dish in the Hitoyoshi and Kuma regions, especially in Okukuma (Kamikuma/Yunomae-machi, T...
Kumamoto Prefecture is ranked No. 1 in Japan for horse meat production (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheri...
The summer taste of Kumamoto, shaku (majaku), is officially called 'anajako,' and lives in deep burrows in tidal flat...