Snow Crab caught in Fukui prefecture is known as “Echizen-gani” and is renowned for its delicious and succulent meat.
Delicate, tender and tasty well-marbled beef.
Most of the soba in Fukui prefecture is harvested in Sakai City.“Echizen Oroshi Soba” comes highly recommended. The rich aroma of the soba can be fully enjoyed with grated Japanese white radish.
Fukui Prefecture consumes more of this variety of tofu than any other prefecture in Japan. The condensed flavor of soy beans, as well as their ability to absorb plenty of broth, makes it excellent either simmered or grilled.
“Koshihikari”, the most popular rice in Japan, is a representative of our delicious rice. It originates in Fukui.
Small, tight, and crispy bulbs are harvested 3 years after planting, then are pickled in sweet vinegar, with chili peppers, or wine.
An immensely popular local sweet, characterized by a delicate balance of sweet and sour saka flavor in its outer puffy pastry and the smooth sweetness of its azuki paste filling.
This local specialty is enjoyed in winter, and features a perfect harmonization of azuki paste, kanten(agar) and tasty black sugar.