During the Fuji Shibazakura Festival, the Mt. Fuji Delicious Foods Festival will be held in the park’s restaurant and shop area, with stalls featuring delicious treats from different places around the mountain.
The Mt. Fuji Delicious Foods Festival will offer old favorites such as Fujinomiya yakisoba, Fuji-Yoshida udon, and Koshu chicken giblet stew, as well as other local specialties like Fujiyama sweet bean buns, shaped in a celebratory combination of Mt. Fuji and sea bream, and Fujizakura Pork Soup, made using Fujizakura pork from specially-bred pigs from Yamanashi, considered a rare breed.
Yoshida Udon (Horsemeat)
Local-style udon noodles often eaten around Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi Prefecture. Firm, resilient noodles for the win!
- About Yoshida Udon
- Yoshida udon is known for 1. its thick, extremely firm noodles, 2. its miso and soy soup, 3, its uniquely tangy seasonings, and 4. being made from horsemeat and cabbage. It has also been selected as one of the Hundred Local Dishes by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Fried noodles with firm, resilient noodles and meat residue with stock powder that have been eaten in Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture, for generations.
- About Fujinomiya Yakisoba
- Awarded First Place in the first and second B-1 Grand Prix, and Special Prize in the third. One of the most famous local gourmet dishes that everyone knows. One taste and you’ll be hooked on its unique texture and taste.
Koshu Fujizakura Pork Soup
Koshu Fujizakura Pork, a brand-name pig breed in Yamanashi, is used along with generous amounts of locally-grown vegetables to create this healthy pork soup.
- About Koshu Fujizakura Pork
- Pork produced from the Fujizakura Pork breed, developed over many years. Fine-grained, tender, with a good color and a taste unlike any other.
Koshu Chicken Giblet Stew
Chicken giblets are stewed with sugar and soy sauce. A regular feature of Yamanashi tables, ordering “chicken giblets” will get you this.
- About Koshu Chicken Giblet Stew
- Instead of just stewing chicken giblets, they are given a sweet, tangy flavor and boiled down until the teriyaki-style gloss appears. This dish even won the Gold Grand Prix in the 2010 B-1 Grand Prix!
The hotel Chinese restaurant's original limited edition soy-sauce ramen with a thick poultry mince sauce and sakura shrimp.
Original Shibazakura Croquettes
With sakura denbu (mashed and seasoned fish) and salted sakura inside, these cute croquettes feature illustrations of shibazakura. A treat only available during the Fuji Shibazakura Festival.
A very popular local confection in Hawaii, these are hand-made using a secret recipe to create deep-fried doughnuts with a uniquely fluffy texture. Freshly-fried ones are sold at the Kitchen Car!
Sweet bean buns, shaped in an auspicious combination of Mt. Fuji and sea bream. The bean paste is made using 100% azuki beans from Tokachi, Hokkaido. Enjoy the unique texture, crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside.
Salted Grilled Rainbow Trout
Rainbow trout from Fujinomiya, raised using lots of spring water from Mt. Fuji. The simplicity of fresh rainbow trout grilled with salt only enhances the rich, mellow scents.
Koshu Fujizakura Pork Buns
Large, juicy pork buns specially created by a hotel using the Yamanashi pork brand, Koshu Fujizakura Pork.
Choose your favorite toppings like Szechuan pickles and dried plum.Morning only.
Chinese Bellflower Shingen Mochi Soft-Serve Ice Cream
With generous dollops of dark molasses and kinako soybean flour, this soft-serve ice cream is topped with Chinese Bellflower Shingen-mochi rice cakes. Prepare to be seduced by the sublime collaboration of Yamanashi’s famous confectionary and soft ice cream.
Fried Fish Paste
- Koshu Pumpkin
- Gohei Mochi