Marutoku <Miyako City>

Founded in 1907. With a motto of tenderness to the body, we are carefully making one by one by hand

Chikuwa (tube-shaped fish paste cake) is made by wrapping prepared kamaboko meat(fish paste) around a stainless steel stick and baking it. Is that easy? It’s difficult. But if you eat the hot chikuwa just after baking, it's delicious! If you wish, you can make age-kamaboko(fried kamaboko). You can make your original fried kamaboko if you bring the pre-cut ingredients in a plastic bag in advance.

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At this chikuwa shop, a well-established and it has been in business for more than 100 years, you can experience chikuwa-baking and “E-kama” making. E-kama is a kamaboko made in collaboration with Ika-senbei(squid flavered rice cracker).

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