Trip to Yamagata| Gourmet of Oishida-machi
It is performed every year in the end of October (Saturday and Sunday). Town which we brought up for this Sun.
It is all .. in shokusaitoko delicious Delicacy which is, and was brought up as for the clogs by nature of local Yamagata
Grated juice and soba soup of Japanese radish are taste greatest in the favor in simplicity of side skillfully.
Bean-jam cake which assumed rice and sticky rice raw materials
Taste that is full of flavors by closing a bargain of 100% of buckwheat flour to be transmitted through side from old days.
Active cake craftsman that the master who opened a shop in the wake of sidephilia sets up confectionary.
In shop which just used early thatched house of the Showa era, it is of superior grade using powder most.
Loving couple of side enthusiast repeats studies with tradition in mind, and trace; just.
Traditional pickled Oishida-machi origin "pesora pickles." Ship of Mogami River which was full of the prosperity.
100% of 2.8 soba using buckwheat flour from Jinengo. Faith and true heart of husband include.
Shop of side that "instigator of Jinengo side" Kaido runs. Feelings from hometown.
All the buckwheat flour is Juwari soba of stone mill of 100% of local products. Traditional closing a bargain.
Itasoba that saida using buckwheat flour from hometown can choose tada chiga as for the recommendation a little. Do.
ga .. wide as for the Nihachi soba using local buckwheat flour from Jinengo flavor of nature in mouth
91 discerning sides that ground self to powder in rotating at low speed using original soba from hometown.
Published by � PRESSART "really well-known store Yamagata of delicious soba" of Miyagi (ka..
Long-established store of the 1961 opening of business. A large number of visitors come from the prefecture outside. Itasoba of reputation.
Amount of production of watermelon is Oishida-machi of the top-class in the summer. Noon and night heat and cold gap very much.
Put the training on copybook by operation of teacher who learned in Komagata, Tokyo "soba holy priests", local Raigo-ji Temple.