FUKUSHIMA

Kitakata Ramen

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Product Description:

Kitakata City is famous for its ramen, and this fine example contains sliced roast pork and memma bamboo shoot. Sliced fresh spring onions should be added for an extra taste sensation.

Price: JPY 380

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Kawamata Shamo Chicken Stock Soup

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Product Description:

Kawamata Shamo Chickens are raised in the excellent environment of Kawamata Town, a place blessed with clear air and clean water. This stock soup is made with this chicken and added seaweed broth for a deeper taste. Great for use in a variety of Japanese recipes, such as stews and udon noodles.

Price: JPY 270

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Shiratama Fu (red & white)

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Product Description:

This fu, or dry baked wheat gluten, is often used as an ingredient in Kozuyu, Aizu’s traditional local soup, which is made from dried scallop stock lightly seasoned with sake and soy sauce, root vegetables, shirataki noodles, mushrooms, and fu. The simple taste of fu makes it a perfect ingredient for enhancing the taste of a variety of dishes, including miso soup and stews.

Price: JPY 270

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Kitakata Ramen

Product Description:

Kitakata City is famous for its ramen, and this fine example contains sliced roast pork and memma bamboo shoot. Sliced fresh spring onions should be added for an extra taste sensation.

Price: JPY 380

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Kawamata Shamo Chicken Stock Soup

Product Description:

Kawamata Shamo Chickens are raised in the excellent environment of Kawamata Town, a place blessed with clear air and clean water. This stock soup is made with this chicken and added seaweed broth for a deeper taste. Great for use in a variety of Japanese recipes, such as stews and udon noodles.

Price: JPY 270

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Shiratama Fu (red & white)

Product Description:

This fu, or dry baked wheat gluten, is often used as an ingredient in Kozuyu, Aizu’s traditional local soup, which is made from dried scallop stock lightly seasoned with sake and soy sauce, root vegetables, shirataki noodles, mushrooms, and fu. The simple taste of fu makes it a perfect ingredient for enhancing the taste of a variety of dishes, including miso soup and stews.

Price: JPY 270

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Mamador

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Product Description:

Mamador literally means "breastfed babies" in Spanish, and this cake does feature a rather milky, buttery tinged taste. Its gentle, saccharine flavoring has never been altered since its inception and launch, and has always been appreciated as a great match with coffee and tea.

Price: JPY 432

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Kappa Noodles

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Product Description:

This specialty product contains dried noodles made with a mildly aromatic cucumber juice, special miso sauce, and soup. They can be enjoyed as salad noodles with a wide variety of toppings, such as prawns, tomatoes, shiso basil, sesame, minced meat, spring onions, ginger, sesame oil, and olive oil.

Price: JPY 394

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Ramen with Thick, Flat, Curly Noodles

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Product Description:

This much loved ramen features a lightly flavored soup, made with soy sauce and a stock of dried baby sardine that combines perfectly with Kitakata Ramen’s trademark flat curly noodles.

Price: JPY 162

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Mamador

Product Description:

Mamador literally means "breastfed babies" in Spanish, and this cake does feature a rather milky, buttery tinged taste. Its gentle, saccharine flavoring has never been altered since its inception and launch, and has always been appreciated as a great match with coffee and tea.

Price: JPY 432

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Kappa Noodles

Product Description:

This specialty product contains dried noodles made with a mildly aromatic cucumber juice, special miso sauce, and soup. They can be enjoyed as salad noodles with a wide variety of toppings, such as prawns, tomatoes, shiso basil, sesame, minced meat, spring onions, ginger, sesame oil, and olive oil.

Price: JPY 394

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Ramen with Thick, Flat, Curly Noodles

Product Description:

This much loved ramen features a lightly flavored soup, made with soy sauce and a stock of dried baby sardine that combines perfectly with Kitakata Ramen’s trademark flat curly noodles.

Price: JPY 162

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Rakuo Cafe au Lait Crunch

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Product Description:

This crunchy chocolate is made with delightfully aromatic coffee and fresh milk locally sourced in Fukushima Prefecture. The result is a mild cafe-au-lait flavored chocolate that simply melts in the mouth.

Price: JPY 324

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Aizu-no Tenjin-sama (caramel & apple)

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Product Description:

Aizu-no Tenjin-sama is Taro-un’s trademark cake that has been produced and sold here since the establishment of the shop in 1979. It is made with a simple but innovative cream base of salted butter and cheese, sandwiched between soft and dainty sponge cake layers. This caramel & apple flavored variety is only available for a limited period.  Great with coffee or tea.

Price: JPY 150

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Aizu Cheese Manju Quichy

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Product Description:

"Quichy" is a word made up of quickly and cheese, and this moreish sweet manju cake exhibits a rich cheese flavor that makes a great companion for coffee.

Price: JPY 440

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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Rakuo Cafe au Lait Crunch

Product Description:

This crunchy chocolate is made with delightfully aromatic coffee and fresh milk locally sourced in Fukushima Prefecture. The result is a mild cafe-au-lait flavored chocolate that simply melts in the mouth.

Price: JPY 324

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Aizu-no Tenjin-sama (caramel & apple)

Product Description:

Aizu-no Tenjin-sama is Taro-un’s trademark cake that has been produced and sold here since the establishment of the shop in 1979. It is made with a simple but innovative cream base of salted butter and cheese, sandwiched between soft and dainty sponge cake layers. This caramel & apple flavored variety is only available for a limited period.  Great with coffee or tea.

Price: JPY 150

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

Shop Access:

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Aizu Cheese Manju Quichy

Product Description:

"Quichy" is a word made up of quickly and cheese, and this moreish sweet manju cake exhibits a rich cheese flavor that makes a great companion for coffee.

Price: JPY 440

Where to buy: Local Speciality Store "Fukushimakan" near Mitsukoshimae Station (Hanzomon line, Ginza line).

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