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SPECIALTIES

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Obori Soma Ware

大堀相馬焼Originally produced in the 17th century, this traditional craft has been handed down for generations in Namie’s Obori district, an area which, unfortunately, is still in the evacuation zone. The pottery’s unique features include a crackle glaze, a double-layered structure, and a drawing of a horse. Before the 2011 disaster, there were more than 20 potters, and so far about half of them have resumed operations at various locations around Fukushima prefecture. Check this site for more details:https://www.town.namie.fukushima.jp/site/understand-namie/314.html

Namie Yakisoba (Fried noodle)

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It’s a simple dish (thick noodles, sliced pork, bean sprouts, and a special gravy) long loved by the locals and now well-known nationwide as an inexpensive yet delicious local delicacy.

 

 


Shirasu (Whitebait)

しらすShirasu landed at Ukedo Port has long been one of Namie’s top natural specialties. Other than fresh, the seafood can be enjoyed in different forms such as dried and boiled. A processing facility has been re-established to make such products and the distribution system restored to deliver them nationwide.

 

Iwaki-Kotobuki

壽1壽2壽3Iwaki-kotobuki is the signature brand of the Suzuki Sake Brewery which had been located near the beach. Its buildings were washed away by the tsunami, but the brewer refused to be discouraged and soon found a new location outside the town to resume making the beloved sake. It recently started to use locally harvested rice and water pumped in Namie and is planning to restart brewing back in its hometown soon.

 

 

 


Kabocha manju (Pumpkin bun)

This cute yellow steamed bun filled with sweet pumpkin paste was originally born in the Tsushima district in western Namie. It is a popular treat that you can buy only at limited outlets.
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