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買い物・特産品・きみのふるさと推奨品・生石加工グループ
Oishi Kogen Miso
Oishi Kogen Miso
  • This is a mild flavored rice miso carefully crafted using a method unchanged for generations. Right now, Japanese cuisine is all the rage as a health food, even in other countries. Fermented foods in particular are food you'll want to include in your diet. Why not put some heartwarming miso soup on your table every day?
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Ume Miso
Ume Miso
  • This is a seasoned miso using locally grown ripe ume plums and Oishi Kako Group's rice miso. The mild miso and refreshingly sour ume plum is perfect for summer vegetables♪ Enjoy this miso as is on raw veggies or tofu.
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Yuzu Miso
Yuzu Miso
  • This is a seasoned miso using locally grown yuzu citrus fruit grown and Oishi Kako Group's rice miso. Enjoy as a seasoning for stir-fry, miso glazes, or as is on simmered tofu. The sweet miso and yuzu enhances the flavor of any dish.
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Kinzanji Miso
Kinzanji Miso
  • This is a long term preservation handed down since time immemorial. This is a slightly sweet okazu miso produced mainly using fresh, locally grown vegetables.
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Mirin-Pickled Sansho Peppers
Mirin-Pickled Sansho Peppers
  • These are local Sansho peppers pickled in mirin. When added to boiled fish, the refreshing aroma and spiciness unique to Sansho peppers brings out a new layer of flavor. It comes in handy for butterbur or konbu tsukudani.
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Oishi Yuzu Ponzu
Oishi Yuzu Ponzu
  • Ripe local yuzu fruit grown in a peaceful natural environment are hand-squeezed carefully one by one for a very smooth flavored ponzu. It goes well with hot pots, of course, as well as grilled fish and pot stickers, fresh vegetables, and all kinds of other dishes.
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Yakiniku Sauce
Yakiniku Sauce
  • This is a sweet miso sauce using Oishi Kako Group's rice miso as a base, then using locally grown onions, garlic, and carrots with high-quality soy sauce from the long-established soy sauce manufacturer nearby. In addition to yakikniku, this sauce can be used in a variety of delicious ways, such as in stir-fry vegetables.
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Shio Koji
Shio Koji
  • This magnesium-rich, richly flavored product made with domestic salt uses sea water and aged rice koji created during rice miso manufacturing at Oishi Kako Group as ingredients. When used as a secret ingredient, rice and meat dishes as well as fish dishes become even tastier.
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Kimino Konyaku
Kimino Konyaku
  • This konyaku is made using only raw potatoes, with close attention paid to amount of water, kneading, and boiling time. When cooking, this exquisite food absorbs soups quickly or can be eaten fresh as a sashimi. Honmamon Hands-On Experience, in which you get to make konyaku, is also very popular.
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Blueberry Jam
Blueberry Jam
  • A jam using lots of ripe blueberries picked at the farm managed and cultivated independently by Oishi Kako Group. The only things added are sugar and lemon juice. The freshness and tartness of the fruit are alive.
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Yuzu Marmalade
Yuzu Marmalade
  • Made from fresh, local, juicy yuzu. The exquisite bittersweetness of the yuzu rind goes perfectly with yogurt. Recommended for hot yuzu tea during the cold season. Also, this jam gives saut?ed meat dishes luster when added as a seasoning, making it even more delicious.
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Herb Cookies
Herb Cookies
  • Cookies carefully hand-crafted one by one using a variety of fresh herbs grown in natural herb fields. With a flavor that makes you feel as though you were in a field of herbs, as well as the cute package that lets you see the cookie inside, you'll be comforted all the way to the core.
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Torreya Nut Cookies
Torreya Nut Cookies
  • The Torreya tree is the town tree of Kimino. The nut was often used in home cooking in the olden days, but preparing them is very time-consuming. Yields have gone down year by year, so the Torreya is now becoming an elusive nut. This cookie uses the elusive Torreya nut as its main ingredient, made painstakingly using a time-honored technique. The main features of this cookie are its savory aroma and the indescribable nostalgia it gives.
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Event limitedKimino Mangetsu
Kimino Mangetsu
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  • Carefully selected tsubuan (chunky red bean paste) wrapped in moist baked dough. There are several different images branded into the dough, including the town flower, the cherry blossom, the silver grass of Oishi Kogen, which is a tourist spot, and the Kimino town mascot Kimichon. There are boxed sets to be given as gifts, making this a very popular product.
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Event limitedKimino Komachi
Kimino Komachi
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  • Subtly sweet and sophisticated koshian (smooth red bean paste) is covered in pale pink mochi and topped with salt picked cherry blossom petals. The pale pink is perfect for the spring season. With the olive-colored komachi, the white that uses sansho pepper powder, and the green that uses mugwort in addition to the pink, this Japanese sweet is cute just to look at, and is stuffed with different kinds of red bean paste, including smooth (koshian), chunky (tsubuan), and yuzu-flavored (yuzuan).
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Event limitedYomogi Mochi (Mugwort Mochi)
Yomogi Mochi (Mugwort Mochi)
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  • Carefully handcrafted using old-fashioned methods and lots of natural mugwort grown in fresh air. There are two types, one with chunky red bean paste (tsubuan) and smooth red bean paste (koshian).
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Event limitedBlueberry Madeleine
Blueberry Madeleine
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  • Freshly baked madeleine cookies made with ripe blueberries picked at the farm managed and cultivated independently by Oishi Kako Group. There are boxed sets available as gifts, making this a popular product.
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Event limitedOrange Madeleine
Orange Madeleine
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  • The taste of spring and the scent of locally grown Kiyomi oranges locked into a madeleine. The scent of oranges and the texture of orange peels spread through your mouth, making it hard to eat just one of these citrusy baked goods. There are boxed sets available as gifts, making this a popular product.
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買い物・特産品・きみのふるさと推奨品
Koiaji Shibori
Koiaji Shibori
  • Koiaji Shibori means "concentrated squeeze" and as the name suggests, this juice is rich and concentrated, and is popular with all ages.
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Misato Inaka Miso
Misato Inaka Miso
  • Inaka miso is rice miso. It uses only domestic ingredients.It is of course perfect for miso soup, and also for marinating mackerel or beef tendon, and aemono (dressed dishes).
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Misato Kinzanji Miso
Misato Kinzanji Miso
  • Even today, this miso is made at the foot of the sacred Mt. Koya in the pure water and clean air, surrounded by mountains. This miso is painstakingly made using only domestic products and fresh, safe local vegetables grown under contract. This is a rich-flavored okazu miso that is perfect as an accompaniment (okazu) to warm rice, or with a side of raw vegetables. Enjoy a variety of ways to eat Kinzanji miso, such as stuffing it in to chikuwa or frying it up with stuffed lotus root, or of course enjoying it alongside some sake.
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Event limitedLyra Pudding
Lyra Pudding
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  • This pudding, made with non-homogenized milk from Oishi Highland cows, has a smooth texture that melts in your mouth. Everything from the recipe to the package is made by high school students, and the school has a license for manufacturing snacks.Sales are limited to events, etc.
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Cardamom Sushi
Cardamom Sushi
  • Mackerel sushi wrapped in fragrant cardamom leaves. Called "Makuni no Sushi", this sushi has been an essential part of feasts on special occasions since olden times.
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Sales by reservation onlyPalm Onike
Palm Onike "Devil's Hair" Broom
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  • A handmade artisan broom that comes to fit your hands better the more you use it.
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Persimmons
Persimmons
  • Sweet and delicious Kimino persimmons! From early September to early December, the town is painted bright orange with persimmons.
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