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Takashimaya Co., Ltd. Yokohama Takashimaya As the weather heats up… How about the Yamagata specialty “chilled ramen”, which has the highest spending on ramen in Japan? From seafood delicacies from the sea to nostalgic soul food loved by prefect

Takashimaya Co., Ltd.
[Yokohama Takashimaya] As the weather heats up… How about the Yamagata specialty “chilled ramen”, which has the highest spending on ramen in Japan? From seafood delicacies from the sea to nostalgic soul food loved by prefectural residents! From May 22nd (Wednesday) – Safflower Yamagata Road Products and Tourism Exhibition – will be held!
■Yokohama Takashimaya May 22nd (Wednesday) → May 28th (Tuesday) *Until 8pm every day, until 5pm on the last day.
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[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-85873413f12d7b9f7c29-1.jpg&s3=69859-731-eae2a842cc8f19a96ff8beecfcd18a40-980×550.jpg] Yamagata Prefecture faces the Sea of ​​Japan and enjoys a variety of seafood throughout the year. Surrounded by mountain ranges, Yamagata Prefecture is also home to many specialties benefiting from its rich natural environment, such as rice, local sake, and Yamagata beef, which are grown in delicious water. Truly a “treasure trove of food”! It is famous as the place where cherries are produced, with the highest production volume in Japan.In fact, in 2023, it ranked first in annual ramen spending (per household on eating out) for the second consecutive year, and the nostalgic soul food is now popular. However, there are still many hidden gourmet foods that continue to be loved. Furthermore, in recent years, the number of foreign tourists visiting Yamagata Prefecture has been increasing due to the presence of many tourist attractions such as hot springs, ski resorts, and mountain temples, making Yamagata Prefecture one of the prefectures that is attracting attention from overseas.
Therefore, at Yokohama Takashimaya, we offer gourmet food that uses Yamagata Prefecture’s most famous products, nostalgic “local gourmet food” that has been loved for a long time, and “arranged sweets” that incorporate local specialties into a modern style. , we will be holding the Safflower Yamagata Road Product and Tourism Exhibition from May 22nd (Wednesday) so that a wide range of generations can enjoy the charms of Yamagata Prefecture.
This time, to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the opening of Yokohama Takashimaya, we will have 21 limited edition items that can only be eaten at the venue, as well as crafts that convey Yamagata’s traditions to the present day, to liven up the venue.
“You can’t start without eating this!” Yamagata specialty gourmet food
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In Yamagata City, which has the highest consumption of ramen in Japan, there is a type of ramen that was born from the passionate desire of the prefecture’s residents to “eat ramen even in the hot summer.” One of them, Hiyashi Ramen, was created based on the voices of regular customers. From [Sakaeya ​​Honten], which is said to be the birthplace of this ramen, cold ramen with frozen fruit from Yamagata Prefecture is now available exclusively at Yokohama Takashimaya!
[65th Anniversary Special Project Yokohama Takashimaya Limited Edition] -Eat-in- [Sakaeya ​​Main Store] Cold ramen with frozen fruit from Yamagata Prefecture (1 cup) 1,600 yen – limited to 50 servings each day –
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-5b8c7debcacba791b357-2.jpg&s3=69859-731-be96859d8627a41d521d7ce4a8091850-3900×2141.jpg] Among Yamagata beef, which is said to have a fine texture and delicious taste, “Wa no Kanade” is a branded beef from Nagomi Nosan, which is fed domestic feed and raised for over 980 days, which is longer than the typical breeding period. A luxurious lunch box that combines steak, roast beef, and grilled meat.
[65th anniversary special project Yokohama Takashimaya limited item] – Demonstration sales –
[Nagomi Nosan] Yamagata Beef Japanese Kanade Sirloin Steak & Roast Beef Bento (1 fold) 2,970 yen
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-d55da797f4ade9e3a7e6-3.jpg&s3=69859-731-39001b0f1bc6eebfe4345e7c5fbcb99d-3900×2925.jpg] Although the coastline is short, Shonai Beach has a varied sea area where warm and cold currents mix, and melted snow water containing abundant minerals from Mt. Chokai gushes out from the ocean floor, and many types of seafood are landed throughout the year. It is a rich fishing ground. We made nigiri with fresh seafood from Shonai Beach. [65th Anniversary Special Project Yokohama Takashimaya Limited Edition] -Eat-in- [Uotei Okazaki] Shinki Nigiri (1 serving) 2,970 yen – Limited to 20 meals each day –
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-584b517ee2b91a041409-4.jpg&s3=69859-731-e6b32557bee58377716838a192a0126f-3900×2202.jpg] Yonezawa beef is known for its melt-in-your-mouth softness. This lunch box is luxuriously packed with Yonezawa Beef Chateaubriand Steak and Yonezawa Beef Special Yakiniku, both of which are of the highest quality, suitable for the 65th anniversary.
[65th Anniversary Special Project Yokohama Takashimaya Limited Edition] – Demonstration Sales –
[Kanakuma Shokudo Makiya] Yonezawa Beef Chateaubriand & Yakiniku Bento (1 fold) 3,510 yen – Limited to 50 meals each day –
[Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-e35816a36b0232a23ccc-5.jpg&s3=69859-731-f438d185e7747bbe93273075a41e1bc8-1277×527.jpg] Gokan is a special junmai sake brewed to bring out the best in soba noodles, rare alcoholic beverages that are not available at liquor stores such as “Tenpo Soba Preservation Association Kamenoo”, and “Den Rokumame” made by a confectionery maker in Yamagata. We will provide matching drinks.
[Takashimaya limited item] -Eat-in-
[Next soba] Yamagata local sake comparison set A1 set 1,650 yen (1. Gokun Special Junmai Sake, 2. Junmai Ginjo Sake Kamenoo made by the Phantom Tenpo Soba Preservation Society, 3. Ginrei Gassan Sake that goes well with Denroku Beans ( 55ml each), Denrokumame)
This is the taste of Yamagata Prefecture! Nostalgic local gourmet food
[Image 7: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-b9fbf86d4e76b32850b3-6.jpg&s3=69859-731-702bd393141c33d67b75e03e2ce926cb-3900×3338.jpg] Imoni is a traditional hotpot dish that is typical of Yamagata and typically features taro, konjac, green onions, mushrooms, and meat. In Yamagata, when taro is harvested in autumn, it is a tradition to build a stove with stones piled up on the riverbank and eat imoni
together.This is an annual event that is held at schools, local communities, friends, family, workplaces, etc. However, an imoni party is being held.
[65th anniversary special project Yokohama Takashimaya limited item] -Eat-in- [Gotoya] Boiled potato & rice ball set (1 serving) 1,650 yen – Limited to 65 sets each day –
[Image 8: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-d5768a0252d829eafa76-7.jpg&s3=69859-731-c55612374792a5f286f42bfe7d1bc8a1-624×342.jpg] Yamagata Prefecture ranks first in Japan in terms of consumption of konnyaku, and tama konnyaku is Yamagata’s signature soul food. It is said that konjac brought back from China was popularized among the residents, and the unique flavor is created by the calcium-rich alkaline natural water that gushes out from underground. It is a local gourmet dish that is eaten like fast food in the local area. [Demonstration sales]
[Nara Shimashuku Tanno Konnyaku] Boiled ball konnyaku (15 balls) 594 yen
[Image 9: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-9991f635a8b42b93f99d-9.jpg&s3=69859-731-ce8d72597e43ea1e4f5b37b4966fd8a2-600×432.jpg] Noshiume, a famous confectionery from Yamagata Prefecture, was originally created as a soothing medicine, and the manufacturing method was passed down from generation to generation, and with the development of various techniques, it took on its current form as a confectionery in the early Meiji period. By using ripe plums from Yamagata, which have a strong acidity and aroma, you can enjoy the rich and sour taste of a famous confection that has remained unchanged since ancient times.
[Noshiume Honpo Satoya] Noshiume (5 pieces) 756 yen
An exquisite collaboration of famous products! arranged sweets
[Image 10: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-dc426be5e88fb1cd2f58-9.jpg&s3=69859-731-1296417ecfe92dc44dc2917c55fcd5a3-2415×2252.jpg] [65th Anniversary Special Project Yokohama Takashimaya Limited Item] – Demonstration Sales –
[Takahashi Fruits Land] Takahashi Fruits Land x Nara Boarding House Tanno Konnyaku Yamagata Anmitsu (1 piece) 660 yen
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Donuts made with apple honey from [Yamagata Bee Farm], Noshiume syrup from [Noshiume Satoya], and eggs from [Hanzawa Egg]. The rice flour we use is Tsuyahime from Yamagata Prefecture.
[65th anniversary special project Yokohama Takashimaya limited item] – Demonstration sales –
[Matsukawado Fukawa] Freshly baked! My stuffed with Yamagata – Rice – Sweet Honey – Honey – Egg – Egg – Ume – Plum – Donut (1 piece) 220 yen – Limited to 200 items each day –
[Image 12: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-1f900d413413afdab85a-11.jpg&s3=69859-731-efcaebb6b3b29fa6cae6bf2fb3b6a9aa-997×1133.jpg] Three layers of whipped cream, jelly made with coffee from Komegura Matured SANYO COFFEE, which is made by aging raw beans for 7 to 10 years in a Yamagata rice brewery, and a special coffee filling from long-established Japanese confectionery shop Choeido. It’s a tailored jelly. [65th anniversary special project Yokohama Takashimaya limited item]
[Long-established Choeido] Long-established Choeido x Komegura Aged SANYO COFFEE Daiginjuku (R) Coffee Jelly (1 piece) 540 yen
[Image 13: https://prtimes.jp/i/69859/731/resize/d69859-731-49a5f68540278c105dd0-12.jpg&s3=69859-731-7927d19a024e8cf46869aa0cd1d44745-473×483.jpg] D.terrasse, a Western confectionery shop in Yamagata City that is popular for its sweets made with seasonal fruits, makes panna cotta with a sweet and sour syrup made from noshi plums. Accented with pistachio flavor.
[65th Anniversary Special Project Yokohama Takashimaya Limited Item] – Demonstration Sales –
[D.terrasse] D.terrasse x Noshiume Honpo Satoya Verrine, Noshiume, Pistache (1 piece) 680 yen
*All prices are the total amount including consumption tax.
※The photograph is an image.
*Depending on weather and traffic conditions, the start time of events and product sales may be delayed or canceled.
*Some products may use ingredients other than those produced in Yamagata Prefecture.
Contact: Yokohama Takashimaya (Representative) 045-311-5111
More details about this release:
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