Tohoku region is located in the northeast. It is classified as a region with long winters. The villagers here therefore have nabe menu, or what Thai people call hot pot, as a winter menu. because in addition to adding warmth to the body It also has a unique flavor. Each prefecture’s nabe menu in the Tohoku region differs according to the ingredients of each region, allowing tourists to enjoy the deliciousness created with the finest ingredients. Today, JR East will take everyone. Beat the cold with Tohoku’s nabe hot pot dishes that are outstanding in taste. and the uniqueness of raw materials in each province Guarantee that everyone will get their favorite UFABET menu in the new menu for sure.
Seri No Fuyu Nabe, Miyagi Prefecture’s Winter Healthy Hot Pot
Serino Fuyunabe a famous hot pot of Miyagi Prefecture. The main ingredient is Seri Tree a plant native to Miyagi Prefecture. Looks similar to Thai coriander. The seri plant is an edible plant that covers all parts of the leaf stem and roots. Each with its own distinct flavor and texture. The attractiveness of the serinofuyunabe menu lies in the use of every part of the seri plant. This makes it fun to try different parts. It like shabu-shabu. You will be able to enjoy the crunchy texture of the seri plant. Although this hot pot menu looks simple and unobtrusive, it is unique. and uphold the value of local raw materials as well It’s also good for your body. Anyone who is a health person must not miss it.
– Famous shop easily accessible by JR train: Kuranosho is located near Sendai Station, take the Tohoku Shinkansen and walk for 3 minutes.
Kiritampo Nabe, a hot pot dish that combines the finest ingredients from Akita Prefecture
Kiritamponabe is a traditional hot pot dish from Akita Prefecture that is so famous that anyone comes to have a chance to try this dish once. What makes this hot pot dish stand out from other hot pots is Kiritanpo the protagonist of this dish. It is famous as a place for growing the best rice varieties in Japan. And from autumn to winter, this is the season when high quality Akita rice can be harvested and sold in the market. Rice and rice products during this period are especially delicious. When the outer skin begins to crisp and golden brown. It put into a nabe pot filled with various local vegetables and simmered prefecture broth. From the bone Hinai chicken a local chicken from Akita Prefecture. That guarantees intense deliciousness as one of Japan’s 3 most delicious chicken breeds. Kiritamponabe’ is a hot pot dish that combines ingredients. The best of Akita Prefecture all in one pot. If anyone comes to Akita. You must try this menu once. Guarantee that you will get a new favorite menu for sure.
– Famous shop that is easily accessible by JR train. Akita Kiritampoya shop, just 270 meters from Akita Station. Take the Akita Shinkansen to the station. Then walk for about 4 minutes.
Imoni, a famous taro hot pot dish in Yamagata Prefecture
Imoni or Taro Hot Pot. It is a hot pot with the main ingredient being taro (imo). Until winter In addition to raw materials that are indispensable like taro Meats. Such as beef or pork konnyaku. Scallions are also added and the broth is seasoned with miso or soy sauce. Each area But the most common is the imoni. Which uses beef and seasoned the broth with soy sauce. It is said that imoni is a dish that has been associated with Yamagata since the Edo period. It is considered a dish. Beloved by the Yamagata people to the point. There is a tradition of holding imonikai. Where villagers come together to make imoni and sit around and eat large pots of imoni. Moreover, in September every year it will be held. Japan’s largest Imonikai Festival along. The Mamikazaki River Yamagata City The highlight of the event was the making of a giant pot of imoni that used up to 3 tons. Of taro for over 30,000 people attended the event to eat together. Reputation and is the pride of the province ever
– Famous shop easily accessible by JR train. Yamagata Nagaya Sakaba is located near Yamagata Station. Take the Yamagata Shinkansen to the station and walk for 3 minutes.
*Due to the impact of the COVID- 19 situation. The annual festival Imonikai has been suspended this year.