Yamanashi Speciality Set (Houtou noodles, Yoshida no Udon noodles & Suridane)

Producer: HOUTO LABO (CREATIVE RESORT Co., Ltd.)
ID: 408
Get a taste of Yamanashi with this noodle and condiment set.
¥ 2,200
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Sample some of Yamanashi Prefecture's regional specialties made with Yamanashi-sourced or domestically sourced ingredients. The set includes a pack of houtou noodles, a pack of Yoshida udon noodles, and a jar of suridane. About houtou noodles: Houtou noodles are different from udon or ramen noodles in that they are wide and flat. They are usually served with houtou hot pot, a comforting fall and winter regional food from Yamanashi. About Yoshida udon noodles: Yoshida noodles are said to be the chewiest and firmest in Japan. They are made using domestically sourced wheat and cold water from Mt. Fuji. About suridane: Suridane is a type of spicy condiment made with red chili papers and sesame oil, in addition to other ingredients — just sprinkle some suridane on any hot pot to spice it up.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Pescetarian
Common Allergens
  • Tree Nuts
  • Fish
  • Shellfish
  • Wheat
  • Soybeans
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 1071 gr
  • Product height: 25 cm
  • Product width: 25 cm
  • Product length: 9 cm
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Yamanashi Speciality Set (Houtou noodles, Yoshida no Udon noodles & Suridane) is produced in Yamanashi prefecture.
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HOUTO LABO (CREATIVE RESORT Co., Ltd.)
Yamanashi Prefecture
HOUTO LABO is a restaurant where you can enjoy innovative hoto, a Yamanashi regional specialty, continuing to explore the new possibilities of this historic local cuisine.