January 25th is the day when Asahikawa City, Hokkaido recorded minus 41 degrees Celsius, the lowest temperature in Japan, 121 years ago.

In connection with this "Japan's coldest day," JR Asahikawa Station sold Chinese steamed buns made with local ingredients to warm the citizens and tourists.

121 years ago, on January 25, 1902, Asahikawa recorded the lowest temperature in Japan of minus 41 degrees Celsius.

Every year on this day, restaurants in the city and students of Asahikawa Agricultural High School sell Chinese steamed buns made with local ingredients, in order to warm the citizens and tourists of Asahikawa City in connection with "the coldest day in Japan." I'm here.

On the 25th, a sales corner was set up inside JR Asahikawa Station.

Six types of Chinese steamed buns were prepared using ingredients such as Jingisukan, a local specialty, and pumpkins that high school students had grown in class.

A woman in her 70s who lives in the city said, “I was really looking forward to this day.

A second-year male student at Asahikawa Agricultural High School who made the Chinese buns said, "Today the weather is bad and the temperature is low, but I hope many people will eat it and warm up."