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Hoba (magnolia leaf)

Hoba (magnolia leaf)


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Hoba miso

Hoba miso is a local food from Hida region in Gifu prefecture. It refers to food seasoned with miso (fermented soybean paste) and grilled on hoba (magnolia leaves). Typically hoba miso is served with sliced Japanese leeks and shiitake (mushrooms) placed on the magnolia leaf and cooked over a clay stove called a shichirin. Hoba miso also goes well with another specialty of Hida Takayama, Hida beef. It’s best enjoyed with a steaming bowl of white rice!

Story of Hoba miso

In Hida region, the winter months are tough and snowy. Back then, there weren't many food available during winter months and they would eat hoba miso as "okazu" (a side dish to accompany rice) as there weren't much food available.

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