For the first time in four years, an event was held in Tome City, Miyagi Prefecture, where you can enjoy the local dish "Hatto," which is made by adding water to flour, kneading it well, tearing it thinly, and simmering it.
The Hatto Festival, which was held for the first time in four years due to the influence of the new coronavirus, was held in a park near Tome City Hall on the 4rd, and 3 shops including restaurants and companies in the city participated.
"Hatto" is a local dish of Miyagi and Iwate prefectures, and is a dish similar to suiton, in which water is added to wheat flour, and the dough is carefully kneaded until it is about the size of an earlobe, and then thinly torn into thin pieces and stewed with vegetables.
At the venue, in addition to standard menus such as "Hatto Soup" with fried fuyaki mushrooms and "Azuki Hatto" made with soup powder, a variety of "Hatto" such as curry-flavored and spicy mabo were sold for 300 to 400 yen per cup.
Some of the visitors compared several types of "hatto".
A man from Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, who came with his family, said, "It's my first time here, but it's fun.
A woman in Kurihara City said, "It's cold, so I'm happy to be able to eat warm and delicious food."