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Castle Ruins, Succulent Steak & More: Sendai Japan's Top Attractions!

Pinggiran kota Miyagi selain itu Kunjungan Lainnya

Miyagi Prefecture is home to many attractions, including Sendai, which was established by Sengoku War General Date Masamune, and Matsushima, a spot designated as one of the “Three Most Scenic Views of Japan.” Surrounded by sea and mountains, Miyagi is also known for its abundance in high quality, delicious foods. Sendai, the largest city of the Tohoku Region, has plenty of restaurants that offer gourmet dishes from all over the prefecture. Additionally, despite being a northeast region known for its cold winters, Miyagi Prefecture receives a relatively small amount of snowfall, making it an easy-to-see location that you can visit throughout the year.

Must-Try! Creative New Konnyaku (Konjac) Dishes from Japan's Yamagata Prefecture

Pinggiran kota Yamagata

Konjac is known by many creative phrases: devil's tongue, voodoo lily, snake palm or elephant yam. Its starchy root (called a corm) contains a high amount of fiber and is used in a variety of Japanese dishes. Yamagata Prefecture has the highest consumption of konjac in Japan. Here it is used in different dishes such as the specialty dish “Tama Konnyaku” and special autumn dish “Imoni Jiru (potato stew).” Here we will focus on new dishes using konjac. We visited Narageshuku Tanno Konnyaku, a facility that has focused on konjac dishes since they opened their doors in Kaminoyama City. With new types of konjac dishes and sweets, the way you look at konjac will be sure to change!

Tempat Pilihan

  • Aomori / Hirosaki / Hachinohe
  • Fukushima / Koriyama / Iwaki
  • Morioka / Hiraizumi / Hachimantai
  • Niigata / Sado
  • Pinggiran kota Akita
  • Pinggiran kota Yamagata
  • Sendai / Matsushima
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