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Oyama Town Eat All Day Excursion Tour

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It course goes around specialty stores of Oyama Town.

Route Mushroom dishes (Yamagoya)  Mochi (rice cakes) made with Mochi rice 'Mine no Yuki' (Snow of Peak)  Mizukakena  Kintoki Inaka Soba (Buckwheat noodles)  Kintoki Sembei (Kintoki Rice Crackers)  Kintaro's Kuma Dora, Kintoki Monaka  Kintaro Sable, Kintaro Pudding  Wasabi Monaka  Summit of Mt. Fuji Sweet Buns

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Mushroom dishes (Yamagoya)3.8

As the name of a mountain hut (Yamagoya), the husband who runs this mountain villa at Subashiriguchi opened a mushroom cuisine shop beside his house.
Self-cultivated delicious mushrooms are thoroughly safe and flawless, always fresh, and impressing neighboring madams who are strict in taste.
There is a tree fragrance in the air of the log house style shop, and the fire of the wood stove kindly warms our heart.
When we are greeted with the landlady’s smile and seasonal flowers, you can experience the feel of relaxing like your own home.
Reservations are accepted for lunch parties and banquets etc.

TEL 0550-75-2113

Mushroom dishes (Yamagoya)

about 7.3kmGoogle Transit

Mochi (rice cakes) made with Mochi rice 'Mine no Yuki' (Snow of Peak)3.5

Freshly made mochi rice cakes using the Oyama town made mochi rice "Mine no Yuki" (Snow of Peak) is soft enough to be eaten as they are.
You can purchase at either Fujioyama Road Station or Subashiri Road Station, and it has become a very popular item.
Also, there are many repeaters due to its deliciousness.

Mochi (rice cakes) made with Mochi rice 'Mine no Yuki' (Snow of Peak)

about 0kmGoogle Transit

Mizukakena3.3

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.

Mizukakena

about 0.1kmGoogle Transit

Kintoki Inaka Soba (Buckwheat noodles)4.4

Oyama town Chamber of Commerce and Industry Good Brand Recommended Item.
Countryside style soba (Inaka Soba) made with Oyama town's yam with herbs as the binding agent.

TEL 0550-76-6660

Kintoki Inaka Soba (Buckwheat noodles)

about 2.7kmGoogle Transit

Kintoki Sembei (Kintoki Rice Crackers)3.7

Oyama town Chamber of Commerce and Industry Good Brand Recommended Item.
Mild taste pleasing everyone from children to elderly people.

TEL 0550-76-0174

Kintoki Sembei (Kintoki Rice Crackers)

about 1.1kmGoogle Transit

Kintaro's Kuma Dora, Kintoki Monaka3.4

Oyama town Chamber of Commerce and Industry Good Brand Recommended Item.
Black like a bear Dorayaki with bamboo charcoal, and Monaka named after Kintaro.

TEL 0550-76-0124

Kintaro's Kuma Dora, Kintoki Monaka

about 0kmGoogle Transit

Kintaro Sable, Kintaro Pudding3.5

Oyama town Chamber of Commerce and Industry Good Brand Recommended Item.
A cute sable in the shape of Kintaro and a mouth melty pudding in a Kintaro mug.

TEL 0550-76-0312

Kintaro Sable, Kintaro Pudding

about 0.9kmGoogle Transit

Wasabi Monaka3.6

The 3rd generation young master is managing the Marunaka Wasabi shop where the first generation emigrated from Izu, founded in 1868 after cultivating the first Wasabisawa in Oyama. 100 years since then, this long established store provides the best wasabi raised with abundant spring water from Mt. Fuji and keeps preservation methods from old days without using preservatives or chemical seasonings at all. Wasabizuke (Wasabi pickle) pickled in stored and matured sake lees is a masterpiece with the spark of spiciness in the mild mellow taste.
In addition "Yamasodachi" is a raw wasabi monaka with wasabi kneaded in with an exquisite balance of refreshingness and fragrant smell, and there are even customers from far away who just only come to buy this. On other hand, it also produces new wasabi products such as snacks and noodles. Mail order is also available by telephone or the Internet.

TEL 0550-76-0753

Wasabi Monaka

about 0.9kmGoogle Transit

Summit of Mt. Fuji Sweet Buns3.1

A long-established Japanese confectionary shop "Ameya" that continues from the Meiji period, this is a product that have been loved for over 30 years.
It is a handmade sweet bun with a walnut representing the lava at the top of Mt. Fuji, characterized by a unique sweet bean flavor on buttery sable dough.
With over 100 years of history and sweet buns produced carefully one by one with certain craftsmanship, it has an affordable price of 120 yen per piece.
It is a masterpiece that will kindly wrap your tired body after climbing up Mt. Fuji.

TEL 0550-76-0124

Summit of Mt. Fuji Sweet Buns