Goheimochi Senbei (Gohei Mochi Rice Cracker)
This senbei is produced from “Mineasahi”, Shimoyama area’s proud rice. You can enjoy the tastes of the plain rice cracker and miso sauce.
All year around
5 months form the production date
Avoid direct sunlight, keep at room temperature
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5 Oninotaira, Habu-cho
|Business hours||Wednesday-Monday 10am-5pm (January-March: 10am-4pm)|
|Closed||Tuesday (if a national holiday falls on a Tuesday, the shop is open that day and the following day becomes a holiday), and year-end and New Year holidays)|
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Enjoy comfort food made with love and care surrounded by the beautiful mountain scenery of Lake Mikawa. Try the delicious “Tororo Mugimeshi Teishoku” set meal made with mountain yam, a local specialty of the Shimoyama area. The “Habu Dam Curry” topped with mountain yam fries is also excellent.
We have been serving grilled eel since 1969. Our sauce is made with the same recipe that it has been since we opened our doors. Locals love our restaurant. Besides eel, we also serve wild boar and deer caught by the chef, who is also a hunter, as well as wild sweetfish. Our meals are served with Mineasahi rice grown by local farmers. Sansai vegetables appear on our menu in the spring, as do mushrooms in the fall. We also host parties.
Guest House Koshikake Sanso
This 120-year-old building was relocated to the edge of the river, and now serves as a restaurant. Diners can enjoy gohei-mochi and seasonal dishes—sansai vegetables in the spring, sweetfish in the summer, mountain yam in the autumn, and boar hot pot in the winter. If you’re not a big fan of river fish and wild game, the restaurant also serves fresh fish straight from the market and the Oku-Mikawa region’s very own Horai beef. Have a casual teishoku set meal, or savor a full-course kaiseki meal in a tatami room. Koshikake Sanso isn’t just a restaurant—it also offers trout fishing, barbecue, and overnight lodging. Bundle plans are available at a variety of price points.
Shimoyama no Sato Goheimochi and Restaurant
With a giant statue of goheimochi—a rice cake on a stick, covered in a sweet miso sauce—Shimoyama no Sato Goheimochi and Restaurant is hard to miss. Their goheimochi with a bold ginger flavor is simply scrumptious and something you'll find yourself coming back for. Available for takeout, you can also buy more for later. This establishment also offers local produce as well as foods and treats the Shimoyama area is known for, making it the perfect destination for souvenirs.
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Our motto is, “Tastier, safer products.” We produce safe food products that will last in your fridge for a long time. We offer a wide range of products, such as black bean tofu, green tofu made with green soybeans, nama-age (deep-fried thick-cut tofu), gan-modoki (tofu and vegetable fritters), abura-age (deep-fried thin-cut tofu), and much more. They are all highly recommended.
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