Updated: 2016-06-22 15:49
Yobuko famous product "Ika Shumai" (Squid Shumai) made of fresh squid. It is soft and chewy with rich flavor, often topped with mustard or ponzu sauce depend on the liking.   
Updated: 2016-06-13 10:33
  1. Hyuganatsu
Hyuganatsu is a mandarin orange whose fruit passes through winter as is and ripens in the warmth of summer, found only in Miyazaki. During the Bunsei period of Edo, the hyuganatsu was raised and disco...
Updated: 2016-06-07 15:39
    “Kin-in Dog” is a Shika Island specialty sold by hotdog shop “Yasuragi-maru.” The shop is located on the road between Uminonakamichi and Shika Island. “Kin-in Dog” is made of alter...
Non halal
Updated: 2016-04-05 16:47
"Ika no Katsu tsukuri"or Yobuko ika (Yobuko's famous food), is a live squid served on a plate. Along with the beautiful presentation, the taste is also phenomenal. The squid tentacles will b...
Updated: 2016-04-04 15:48
Saga beef is known as one of the most high-quality beef in Japan along with Kobe beef and Matsusaka beef. The beef is from finest cattle raised in a mild climate with clean air and delicious wate...
Updated: 2016-04-04 15:39
  When you go fishing at the surf, you often see a school of small fishes poking at a feed. Those small fishes often seen in the sea of Fukuoka are pearl-spot chromis and they taste really goo...
Updated: 2016-02-17 15:15
  Beppu reimen has been popular in Beppu since the old days. It's been said that during the 1950s, a cook from the northeast part of China (formerly Manchuria) came to Beppu and rearranged the...
Updated: 2016-02-17 14:49
  Karasumi was, in those days, imported Spanish mackerel eggs from China that were produced, but it supposedly originated from caught mullet at an area located at the tip of the Nagasaki penin...
Updated: 2016-02-17 14:32
  There are a lot of theories about the origin of the name, but the most popular one is because “Karukan” is a light ("karu") sweet bean jelly ("kan"). It is an elegant, fluffy steam...
Updated: 2016-02-15 23:55
  Toriten (chicken tempura), is a local dish in Oita Prefecture. It's been said that a lone chef in an established shop in Beppu developed the recipe on his own during the early days of the Sh...

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