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Natural Food Inn, Airi
Meiho, Gujo City
Address：1008 Meiho-Hatasa, Gujo City［Map］
Opening Hour：11:00～14:00 (meals only) / 19:00～21:00 (reservation required)
Parking Capacity：15 cars
Approx. 20 minutes by car from Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway "Gujo-Hachiman IC"
No "fermented" varieties can beat "Nezushi"
Nezushi of Airi is served from the middle of winter to the springtime. Malted rice is used generously for an extended fermentation period while the extracted water is manually removed to enhance the taste. The Nezushi hand-made by the landlady is an excellent choice having a captivating sweet and sour flavor.
Service period：From mid-December to late March
Please call us to confirm and make a reservation.
We offer dishes using seasonal local products.
"Nezushi" is a masterpiece food created in severe winter of Meiho.
Sweet and sour "Nezushi" is loved by all generations.
Our Onsen is supplied from Meiho spring source. Enjoy Meiho Keichan dish also.
Road Station Miki no Sato, Sanmaze Kobo
Maze, Gero City
Address：1447-1 Maze-Nishimura, Gero City［Map］
Opening Hour：9:00～16:00 (January〜March) / 9:00～15:00 (April〜December)
Holiday：Irregular holidays (during January and February, open only on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays)
Parking Capacity：26 cars
Approx. 20 minutes by car from JR Takayama Main Line "Hida-Hagiwara Station"
Fresh flavor from lactic acid bacteria, served only December to February
Nezushi is one of the food items which are not made so often in households due to the changing dietary trends. Sanmaze Kobo use local ingredients produced in Maze only. Their "Nezushi" has a lighter taste than usual, so that the first-timers can try it casually.
Service period：From mid-December to late February
Please call us to confirm.
"Yawai" means preparation. Winter doesn't come unless we make Nezushi.
Mixed rice is left for 2, 3 weeks for fermentation.
We offer local vegetables and specialties. We can also deliver them to your home.
We hold classes for making soba noodles, konyaku or tofu (reservation required).