This protected area spans precious ecosystems including a virgin beech forest, and was the first world natural heritage property in Japan to be listed. Listen to the breath of the mountains and the babbling of the brooks, and feel the wilderness touching your skin.
This nature park serves to both protect and educate regarding this heritage, and to revitalize the local community. Visitors can get a close look at geological formations and stratum that are the same as those in Shirakami-Sanchi.
This tofu is made in a banrai nabe, which is ideal for making tofu, using local green soybeans from Happo and water from the Shirakami mountains. This tofu has a faint green color to it, and delicious with its rich flavor and sweetness.