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  1. Kujira-youkan (Sweet Bean Jelly)
A Japanese sweet made from rice flour that is stretched, kneaded, and steamed between red bean jam. When Shimazu Tadahisa (5th generation lord of the Shimazu feudal clan) was a child, his mother...
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  1. Ripe Kumquat
Kumquat is a different kind of mandarin orange whose fruit cannot be eaten. However, there is a kumquat in Miyazaki called the "ripe kumquat." Because of concentration of the fruit pulp is so thick, w...
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  1. Ripe Mango
These ripe mangoes were raised being bathed in ample sunlight under the Miyazaki sky. Called "egg of the sun," this king of fruits has an exceedingly sweet taste and aroma. It can be chilled as is bef...
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Champon   Unable to bear seeing international students from China go hungry, Chin Pin Shun, the owner of the Shikairou Chinese restaurant in Nagasaki, thought of a way to fill up their stom...
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  1. Lettuce Roll
Originating in Miyazaki Prefecture, the lettuce roll is basically a makizushi made up of lettuce, shrimp and mayonnaise. These three ingredients bring about an indescribable taste. The crispiness of l...
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The point of Ontamaradon is Ontama (Hot spring Egg). This Ontama is cook by using the sand frin Ibusuki. This egg is from the poultry farm from Yamakuwa, called as “Satsuma Egg”. With the word of Onta...
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  1. Charcoal-grilled Chicken
Enjoy the simple but deep taste of the Miyazaki chicken, which was bred in a careful and thorough method including paying close attention to the feed as the chickens are raised. With various uses such...
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  1. Takoyaki
Takoyaki (たこ焼き or 蛸焼) is one of Japan's orginal food. It is a spherical snack of 3 to 5cm diameter made out of wheat flour-based batter and pieces of octopus inside and has or...

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