Thank you for your coming to “Tsuruoka Japanese Sake Festival 2016″ Event Digest Event finished! Next year’s event will be announced at a later date. Time and Date 2nd July , 2016 (Saturday) Between 11:00 and 18:00 Entry is closed at … Read more.
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The Tonojima cucumber is cultivated in the Tonojima area of Tsuruoka. It is one of the “indigenous crops” that have been carefully preserved by farmers in limited areas around Tsuruoka city since the Edo Period (1603-1868). Although it seems only … Read more.
When talking about the pickles made in Tsuruoka, we cannot go without mentioning Atsumi turnips, which have nice crunchiness and a vivid purple color. It is one of the “indigenous crops” that have been carefully preserved by farmers since the … Read more.
Burnt farming is known as yakihata (literally, “burning down the field”) agriculture in Japanese.Turnips grown through yakihata are called yakihata turnips.The Yakihata turnip is well known as one of the “indigenous crops” that have been carefully preserved by farmers since … Read more.