Aomori is the top producer of many products in Japan.
The prefecture offers unique, locally sustained products.
Nagaimo, or Japanese yam, produced in Aomori claims a 40% share of domestic distribution. In recent years, there has been an increase in the numbers... more
Dried mochi, or “hoshi-mochi,” is a traditional preserved food from the northwestern area of the Tsugaru region in Aomori prefecture. It is also called kori-mochi,... more
It is a dish that tastes thorough with the “umami” of the rich “Shijimi” (Japanese freshwater clam) broth, making it highly satisfying even if the seasoning is light. By stir-frying, the vegetables and shrimp also give the broth, making this dish simple in flavor and allowing you to enjoy the taste of the ingredients. more
Aomori is home to a rich natural environment producing fresh top-quality produce. In addition, Aomori has distinct food cultures that have developed and continue to evolve within its many local regions.