Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya”Jukkoku Amazake”
Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya’s “Jukkoku Amazake” is introduced here.
“Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya”
“Mizuho No Mura Ichiba” is a direct sales place where local vegetables and other products are sold.
“Mizuho No Mura Ichiba” is written in Roman characters. In English, it is called Mizuho Village Market Place.
“Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya” is a purely Japanese-style building located to the right of the direct sales area.
This building is a relocated farmhouse that is approximately 150 years old. It is a popular place to enjoy the old-fashioned smells and atmosphere.
Water wheel in “Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya”
Right next to “Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya”, there is a waterwheel much larger than my height.
The locally grown buckwheat is milled in this waterwheel hut.
The restaurant has a counter where you can dine with a view of the outside.
Seating around the “Irori” is also available on the first floor.
“Irori” is a type of furnace permanently installed indoors.
When I entered the restaurant to eat lunch, I was shown to a table where I could see the waterwheel I saw outside right next to me. We were able to enjoy the view with the waterwheel as much as we wanted.
Impression of “Jukkoku Amazake”
I ordered soba noodles with tempura for lunch. The soba had a nice smooth texture, and I finished it in no time.
What is “Jukkoku Amazake”?
“Jukkoku Amazake” is an amazake made from rice, barley, and a blend of 10 other grains and minor grains.
Amazake for dessert after dinner.
There is a little grated ginger on a small plate of hot amazake.
If you add ginger, it becomes ginger amazake.
Amazake is a light-colored, gentle reddish-brown amazake.
You can see that this amazake contains black rice.
It is a type of amazake with fewer grains of rice.
Access map of “Mizuho No Mura Ichiba Sobaya”