[Miso] MISO

Miso is generally purchased at stores, but in Teshima, it is common to make miso by hand. Jiuqu is mixed with soybeans and rice, and then heated and fermented. The composition of the ingredients varies from house to house, and the taste also varies from house to house. Miso in Japan varies from region to region. And, in reality, each house has a different taste. It is a fermented food that is good for your health and is said to suppress cancer.

Supplier→ Auntie’s Dining Urara in Teshima 豊島のおばちゃんの店「うらら」