All tagged Hiroshima Prefecture

Tea Stand Gen

By sustainably farming a sencha green tea with a naturally unique flavor and serving it up at Tea Stand Gen, Genki Takahashi is reaffirming the important cultural role of green tea in Japan as a bond with nature and between people in addition to providing a soothing and healthy cup of tea.

Okamoto Soy Sauce

One of the few remaining artisanal soy brewers on the western islands of the Seto Inland Sea, Okamoto makes a classic style of soy sauce that adds a touch of heartiness as well as a special taste-of-place flavor to the region’s traditionally light and ingredient-oriented home cooking.

Amabito no Moshio

The first revival in Japan of harvesting salt based on the ancient methods of the "amabito," or sea people, Amabito no Moshio is a flavorful and nutritious seaweed salt designed for modern everyday use.

Takehara 竹原

For centuries, the enterprising merchants of Takehara have combined their commercial instincts and ambitions with a love of food and good eating to put their country town at the forefront of developments in Japan's food history.