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Kanagawa Cuisine

Oyama Tofu

Oyama Tofu refers to tofu made in Isehara city, Kanagawa prefecture. It is made with high-quality water flowing out of the Tanzawa Mountain and carefully selected soybean · bittern. Oyama flourished as a place for Oyama shrine (to visit Aburi shrine with a white robe) since the Edo period, and Oyama's Tofu serves as a devoted dish (a vegetable and fruit only dish with no meat or fish) to many people. Many restaurants that serve tofu and yuba cuisine are still scattered around Oyama today.

Yokohama Kamakura Hakone

Where to eat Oyama Tofu

Oyama Shukubo (pilgrims' lodging at a temple)

Oyama Shukubo (pilgrims' lodging at a temple)

Isehara
Oyama Tofu Festival

Oyama Tofu Festival

Isehara
Oyama speciality: tofu / shishi-nabe

Oyama speciality: tofu / shishi-nabe

Isehara

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