Sightseeing information about Mizukakena in Japan.


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A Brassicaceae green vegetable also called "Tou-na".
It was said that Kita Chohei started cultivating in 1944, and it got the name of "Mizukakena" by being raised from spring water at the foot of Mt. Fuji.
Since its seeds are planted in paddy fields and cultivated in winter when rice crop is over, there is no worry of pests and they can be pickled only by salt when making pickles.
It is also a health food containing many nutrients.

Airport/Sta.Ashigara St. (about 3.2km) Google Transit


5.02 months ago

Cheep food and big portions and lots of local products

5.02 years ago

This place is awesome! Subarashi! Fresh produce can be found here. I bought the sweetest and juiciest peaches that I have ever placed in my mouth. Wow! All of the vegetables and fruits on display looked fresh and delicious. おいしい
Prices are moderate and well worth the value for its products. There is ample amount of parking. Come on in.

5.02 years ago

Great views of mount fuji here.

5.03 years ago

I love this shop and restaurant. You can buy so many cool things you will not find in Tokyo. They have a big green tea selection from the mount Fuji area. Beautiful packed alcohols and sweets like mochis and cookies. Staff does not speak English at all. You can pay per credit card. Toilets are free and clean.They have an outdoor parking stress for free. Staff is friendly. I recommend gin there if you are around the mount Fuji area and you want to buy presents and try japanese foods.

4.02 years ago

Great service.
Very clean.

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