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Participants can experience using soymilk made with Yogo Nouen soybeans to make their own tofu. The process of warming up soymilk and adding salt is relatively simple. However, the challenging part comes with the different flavors and textures achieved by varying the temperature, timing of adding the salt, and how you mix the ingredients together.
Kamameshi Ichie is committed to using many Eniwa ingredients in our recipes, including Nanatsuboshi rice, locally produced pork, and tomato sauce. Other ingredients are also from Hokkaido. Visitors here are sure to taste the natural flavors of Eniwa and Hokkaido.
Dashing through the wind and sliding rapidly over the snow, the banana boat ride just as exciting as a roller coaster. A snow rafting boat is also great for small children to enjoy safely.
They serve superb hot dishes in Kamakura, a Japanese igloo. They have three selections you can choose from: their original, “Kamakura Special Hot Pot”, “Genghis Khan (BBQ Lamb & Mutton)”, and “Cheese Fondue”.
This natural moor hot spring is also known as "Beautiful Skin Water". Visitors can relax their muscles and increase their blood circulation at the same time. One of the hot stone baths promote healthy blood, while the other uses a Himalayan rock salt floor to promote acupressure healing.