Month: March 2017

Suzuhiro, celebrating Japan`s culinary traditions

Handred is a website/ celebrating the tradition and art of Japanese handmade goods. On the website soy sauce, miso, sake, vinegar, and Suzuhiro Kamaboko are featured.

Sake, soy sauce, vinegar, mirin, kamaboko, and tea.“HANDRED” is a group formed by six craftsmen of these traditional Japanese foods.

The name “HANDRED” is derived from the fact that these foods are:
Made by the HANDS of skilled craftsmen To preserve Japanese taste and tradition that is vanishing (RED)
With the intent to pass them down to future generations of the next HUNDRED years.

Delicate handmade taste which cannot be achieved through mass production and handed down for generations since as early as Edo period; High skills, depth and potential that permeates Japanese food culture; These are the things we strive to increase awareness of and spread to the world and to the future through various activities.

Enjoy Asakusa

The Asakusa area of Tokyo has many culturally significant sites, historical buildings, and lots of wonderful food to try.

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The compact nature of the area allows you to explore on foot. In Asakusa, Suzuhiro has craft beer and freshly roasted Chikuwa that you can take out on a walk through the wonderful neighborhood.

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A “Good Fortune” is the them for many products and the Chikuwa is especially unique. The warm freshly roasted fish cake is served on a bamboo stick. Be sure to check your stick to get your fortune!

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About Suzunari Market

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The Suzunari Market is a wonderful place to explore the tastes and products of Suzuhiro and the Odawara area. There are a number of different places to eat, shop, or just learn more about the area and Kamaboko.

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The Kamaboko bar is a great chance to get an introduction to the tastes and differences in Kamaboko. Sit at a counter and order a small plate of Kamaboko with an assorted arrangement of different Kamaboko. Choose a local green tea, local craft beer, or sake to compliment your tasting. The small Kamaboko bar gives you a chance to interact with staff and learn more about Kamaboko.

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Suzuhiro has a wide selection of different products in addition to Kamaboko. You can walk the floor of the market and taste different products. Local craft beer, fresh fish, gelato, and much more is here for you to discover.

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Take a break and enjoy a traditional Japanese sweet with a cup of local green tea at the Koyurugi Cafe. “Ohagi” is a rice based sweet with different toppings that can be enjoyed throughout the year. The most common ohagi are coated with sweet red bean paste or kinako, sweet powdered soy bean.

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The Shiokaze Cafe is a comfortable and relaxing area to enjoy cakes and sweets. Many of these products used local fruit from the hills and fields around Odawara. Enjoy the popular fruit jams and creamy gelato while watching the trains pass. The Suzunari Market is a wonderful place to explore and discover local products and taste traditional Japanese foods at your own pace. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments.

Mikura Soba Restaurant

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Soba Mikura uses the delicious soba from the Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido with the famed spring water of the Hakone Mountains to make a wonderful homemade soba noodle. You can enjoy your meal in a renovated traditional Japanese building.

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The menu let`s you choose from a number of different options. “Zaru Soba” is a refreshing chilled way to eat soba noodles popular in summer. Noodles are dipped in a broth and enjoyed. There is also a soba dish with fried Kamaboko and more to choose from.

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The wonderful surroundings of the traditional building give a wonderful atmosphere to your meal.

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There are also Udon noodles available. Udon are thick flour noodles that are served in a rich broth. This is a Nabe-Yaki Udon set only served in the winter time to warm you on those cold Japanese days. There are other Udon dishes served throughout the year as well.

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Soba is also often enjoyed as a hot dish. There are different options to choose from. The one pictured above is hot soba topped with slices of roasted duck and a garnish of the yuzu citrus.

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Soba Mikura is open from 11:00 to 5:00 with the last order being at 4:30. There are no reservations needed.

Elennagosso Buffet Restaurant

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Elenagosso is a buffet restaurant serving local and fresh food from the Odawara area. The farm to table concept is on display in the fresh and eclectic choices. The options for lunch are plentiful and give you a chance to explore the tastes of the area. Menus change everyday, reflecting the season and freshness of the foods. You have to ability to taste and enjoy different Kamaboko, eat fresh vegetables, taste fresh tempura, and more.

Elennagosso is open on the weekdays from 11:00-2:45 and 3:00-5:00pm. Adults are ¥1,900 and children are ¥950 for lunch. From 3:00 -5:00 sweets and light meals are served for ¥1,300 and ¥650.

On the weekends you can enjoy the buffet from 9:30-5:00pm Adults are ¥1,500 and children ¥750 for the weekend brunch (9:30-11:00) and ¥2200 for adults and ¥1,100 for children at lunch times(11:00-5:00).

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The buffet style restaurant features fresh vegetables and a colorful assortment of fruit and desserts. There is a kitchen area that prepares an assortment of meat for you as well. Chicken, beef, and seafood are served and change to reflect the season and freshness of available products.

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The popular Odawara restaurant is a great opportunity to taste and enjoy the different types of Kamaboko that Suzuhiro produces. The good food can also be paired with the local Odawara craft beer, Hakone Beer, which is made right next door!

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The wonderful assortment of dishes gives you a chance to try different foods, styles, and products. This child friendly restaurant is great for everyone and offers diners wonderful options to taste and discover the flavors of Odawara, Hakone, and Suzuhiro.

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If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at anytime.