Beginning of the video
Introducing the illustrations received from the viewers.
We offered Setsu-chan and Tsu-chan’s local specialties again.
Previously, I offered “Yakimanju and Beef Tanqueray” in the video on December 30th.
I ordered some specialty products at my own expense, which were requested by viewers.
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① Voice imitation doll
② Walking doll
* Minimize the depiction of moving dolls and the depiction of shadows and sounds.
* Viewer illustrations will not be posted from the perspective of writing and portrait rights.
“Uiro” “Miso Dengaku” “Yayoihime strawberry jam” “Sendai sweets” “Zunda mochi”
Setsu-chan applauded and was pleased
Up to here for this time
Hometown food “Uiro” WHAT IS UIRO?
Uiro is a traditional Japanese steamed cake in a rectangular shape. It is made from the same basic ingredients as Mochi: rice flour, sugar, and water.But while Mochi is made by pounding the mixture to develop its characteristic sticky texture, Uiro is poured into a mold and steamed.This gives the Uiro a pleasantly chewy texture.
The basic ingredients are often mixed with other flavors to create different variations of Uiro. There is white and brown sugar, but also red bean, matcha green tea powder, Sakura cherry blossom, chestnut, strawberries, and Yuzu, a kind of lemon.
Hometown food “Miso Dengaku”
Originally dengaku was a ceremonal dance that included drums, dancing, and flutes, as a ritual for agriculture and rice planting. Now, dengaku is miso drenched fried tofu, becuase of the white clothes used for the ritual. Aizu’s miso dengaku uses red miso, sugar, and various other seasoning. This old-fashioned styled food, has the reputation of not being able to stop eating them while you cook them over the charcoal fire.