Kagawa prefecture is a treasure chest for special produce. It enjoys the largest production rate within Japan for Sanuki kintoki carrots, and is only second to Aomori prefecture in the production of garlic, among others.
This time we’ve selected some cute and healthy treats that use Kagawa-grown ingredients. We recommend the cute, one-bite sized, cube-shaped Sanuki kintoki carrots, and Bakachikara garlic rusks that are the perfect size and easy to enjoy.
The rusks have slightly unique names: “Angel rusk” (sweet, vegetable flavored) and “Devil rusk” (spicy rusk flavored with garlic and other spices).
You can enjoy the rusks not only as snacks but also with a drink, or even as an accent in cooking!
Both flavors utilize ingredients grown in the natural Seto environment. Part of their charm is their simple yet rich taste.
You can heat the Angel rusk slightly in the oven and put it on ice cream. We recommend sprinkling Devil rusk on salad to add an accent with some flavor and texture.
Product provided by: Just Navi Ltd.
Next, garlic grown in Kotohira, Kagawa prefecture is arranged in an easy-to-enjoy teacake style. The black garlic utilized is a health secret!
We recommend “Souzu Konpira Black garlic”, which is carefully grown with time and effort by the farmer. The special characteristics of Kagawa-grown garlic are that the vegetable is juicy and packed with flavor.
It seems like with just one clove you’ll be fully energized.
As well as for extra nourishment, the snacks are recommended for repelling the flu. They – truly make you feel good!
Without tasting them, it may be hard to imagine what they are like, but the texture is close to that of prunes, while the flavor has a kind of sweetness almost like refined Japanese confectionary. They are very easy to eat.
Instead of nutrient supplement drinks, just one clove will help keep you healthy – They been used since ancient times!
Product provided by: Konpira Ando Noen
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The products within the Setouchi brand can be purchased from souvenir corners, etc. at roadside stations, airports and other places.
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Setouchi Finder Photo-writers: Makoto Esaki & Yoko Suganami (Rainbow Sake Co.,Ltd.)
Yoko Suganami Rainbow Sake, Inc. After an extended stay in Hawaii, in 2011, I returned to my hometown of Kure, Hiroshima. Having worked at advertising companies in both Japan and Hawaii, I founded Rainbow Sake - a PR company with the goal of spreading Sake abroad. I hope that sake will ""bring the people of the world together"" and that I can be a part of that. I often travel abroad, and mostly to Hawaii and Singapore. Every time I come back home, I rediscover the beauty of my hometown and the happiness the easygoing, calm, fresh and simple sea and mountains of Setouchi bring.
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