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Salmon Ikura Making


When you see glittery red eggs you must know directly that it’s Salmon Roe. But this little egg was called differently around the world from Caviar, Red Caviar, Salmon Caviar, Salmon Roe but in Japan we call it Ikura (イクラ)

Ikura Don or Ikura Rice bowl & Ikura Sushi are 2 most popular menu but have you ever wonder how’s Ikura be prepared.

Let me introduce you to another interesting & interactive activity of Shibetsu-cho “Salmon Ikura Making Workshop” Japanese Cooking mama will let you experience making ikura from filleting Salmon until soaking into Shoyu.

If you love eating Ikura and want to feel Japanese Culture by participating in this workshop, just go for it!


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Info. & Direction
Opening Hour:Only available during Septermbet - October | 9:00 onward
Duration:About 1 hr. 30 min.
Max. Acceptable:1-20 people/workshop
Location:Somewhere in Shibetsu-town
Access:To be announced
Website:N/A
Ticket Info.:7,000 Yen/Person (If has 1 person in the workshop, it will cost 9,000 Yen/Person)

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Ikura Recipe

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How to make salmon caviar tasty. Let me start from the top so you can easily enjoy making Ikura.

  1. You need to make marinade from mixing Soy sauce, Cooking Sake & Mirin together and boil it wait it until it’s cool down.
  2. Break the fresh Sujiko Sack (Ikura in Egg’s bag) to get each roe. So bring wire netting that’s called Kanaami (金網) and slowly push Sujiko against the net.
  3. Wash salmon roe in the Saline Solution (Salt Water) and drain for 3 times.
  4. Drain the water.
  5. Souk Ikura in the marinade.

How to prepare Ikura?


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  • Fresh Sujiko (salmon eggs) : 1 Sack
  • Saline Solution with 3% of Salt (ex; 3g of Salt in 100g of Water)
  • Soy sauce : 1cup (200cc)
  • Cooking Sake : 1/2cup (100cc)
  • Mirin (Rice Wine) : just a little bit

FAQ about Salmon Roe

What is Ikura? What is salmon roe?

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Ikura is the roe of salmon or salmon's egg. At first, it was wrapped by the ovarian membrane which is Egg's Sack. Its color could be from dark orange to red. It is one of the most popular ingredients of Japanese Cuisine. To preserved the roe, instead of heating it but we use salt or marinade (mainly soy sauce) to keep the roe longer.

Is Caviar as same as Ikura?

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It depends on the country. Caviar is called as a roe of many kinds of fish such as sturgeon, steelhead, trout also salmon. But in Japan, when we say Caviar, Japanese will think about Black Caviar of Sturgeon. They won’t think about Salmon Caviar because they always called Ikura. To conclude; Worldwide, Ikura is a part of caviar, but caviar is not only Ikura.

Can you cook caviar?

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I would say yes, you can cook if you want to, but normally we eat it as it is. Put on the top of rice or creamy spaghetti, eat with seaweed, or make it as sushi.

How to prepare salmon roe?

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First of all, you need break the hundreds of roe into the container, then preserve it with brine that is the combination of soy sauce, sake, & mirin. Also, in some country might use borax to cure it as well. This is the how to make Ikura, if you really interested in it just read article above, or join Shibetsu Workshop

What does salmon roe taste like?

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It actually depends on person’s taste. Personally, I feel it’s little mild, little salty, little oily, little fishy. I do like it. But different places, give a different taste. Shibetsu’s Ikura is quite big and fresh, so it has dominated flavor, tasty and get along with rice.

What to do with salmon roe?

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Ikura is one of the most important ingredients of Japanese food. Most Japanese menu that Ikura is a hero are Ikura Donburi (イクラ丼), Ikura Gunkan Maki (イクラ軍艦巻き), Ikura Temaki (いくら手巻き) & so on. 1 ounce of Salmon roe has 6 grams of Protein which it’s good for children’s brain development.

How long does salmon roe last?

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I would say it will last maximum 2-3 days, if you don’t preserve them. But keep in mind, the sooner you preserve the better quality is still there. But if fresh Ikura got preserved process and directly put in the fridge it will last around 1 week, but if you put directly to freezer if will last long for 6 months.

Anyway, I hope you got some ideas about how to make Salmon Ikura, and if you really want to know more about Salmon Roe, or the red caviar that is your favourited, just don’t forget to visit Shibetsu-cho in East Hokkaido!


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Potato Mochi Yaki


If you get bored with normal Japanese mochi, let me introduce you to Shibetsu town's traditional mochi, the Potato Mochi Yaki「ジャガイモ餅焼き

Yakimochi (モ餅焼き)

We most of the time familiar with red bean paste Japanese mochi. But actually, there's another interesting way to make mochi, it is "Yakimochi". The process is quite same things, just change from the steaming part to grill. So let's do something Unseen & Different!

How to make Japanese Potato Mochi Yaki?

Shibetsu offers you join the Potato Mochi Yaki Workshop. Basically, Shibetsu will prepare the Potato Mochi Recipes for you from Potatoes, Flours, Butter, Oil, and Cheeses. Also, our Instructor will hand to hand to teach you from

  1. Peeling & Boiling the potatoes.
  2. Mashing Potato by using Usu & Kine. Usu is Japanese Morta and Kine is Pestle that looks like Big Hammer. During mashing, you should add some flour to make potatoes dried and easily mixed together.
  3. Separated into 4-5 pieces. & Molding the potatoes to an oval shape.
  4. Add cheese into the center of Molded Potatoes.
  5. Heat the pan, put the butter then grill the Potatoes.
  6. Flip the potatoes to make it perfectly both side grilled.
  7. Pour Shoyu (Soy Sauce) Then ready to eat this Delicious Potato Mochi Yaki!

This is an overall thing you will learn during the workshop, so if you interested in making Potato Mochi Yaki, just come to East Hokkaido, Shibetsu Town here!

INFO. & DIRECTION
Opening Hour:9:30-12:00 & 13:30-16:00
Duration:About 2 hr. 30 min.
Max. Acceptable:2-20 people/workshop
Location:Somewhere in the town
Access:To be announced
Website:N/A
Ticket Info.:3,500 Yen/Person
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Sakebushi Factory


What is Sakebushi (鮭節)? Sakebushi is Smoked Salmon Flake. Think about...Katsuobushi, the fish flake that you sprinkle over Okonomiyaki or Yakisoba. But as East Hokkaido is the land of Salmon Harvesting especially Shibetsu Town, so the Shiretoko Shibetsu Maruwa Foods (知床標津マルワ食品) started to use Salmon to create Smoked Salmon Flake as well.

To make Sakebushi, we won't use Salmon from the ocean because these salmons better go for Sashimi or Sushi so they use River Salmon that has white skin in order to make it. The process of making this Sakebushi is called Biyama-tsukuri (手火山造り) or Volcano Construction Process. Basically, the objective is to make Salmon Dried. The factory didn't burn it with direct fire but they use smoke to control the evaporation.

It takes around 5 months to finish the process. Salmon need to be smoked by smoke 12 times, it's 1 times per 2 weeks. Why? to make salmon dried slowly and still keeps it's tasty. Tamura Masanori, the owner of Shiretoko Shibetsu Maruwa Foods said, to evaporate, salmon need to have sometimes to rest, that's why we don't burn salmon until it dry at once, if not it will be burnt salmon, not dried salmon.

If you interested to visit the salmon factory, please let us know!

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Access:15 Min. drive from Shibetsu Town Office
Ticket Info.:N/A
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Shibetsu Vintage Grassland


Pogawa Historical Grassland, the Vintage Grassland where the field is painted by Sepia. A dried landscape is great for a shot & lonely moment could be captured.

Historical Grassland is in Shibetsu Town, Hokkaido. The place with the wooden walking way to Ichani Karikariusu Historical Village (史跡 伊茶仁カリカリウス) where you will be surrounded by the grassy field.

Around 10 Min. by Bicycle or 20 Min. by foot to reach the Ichani Karikariusu Historical Village. Along the way, there are more than 80 kinds of the alpine plant which wait for blooming during May-August. Oh! the Bike is Free rental.

Moreover; the girl who got a boyfriend is so lucky because she can just hipsterly standing while the boy just takes her the photo.

INFO. & DIRECTION
Opening Hour:Everyday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Last Entry : 4:30 PM)
Closed:Winter Season (December-Late April)
Access:4 min drive head the north from Shibetsu Town Office
Website:-
Entrance Fee:Adults : ¥310 / High Shool : ¥100 / Junior High School & Under : Free
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Kaiyodai Observatory


The Best Sight of Nakashibetsu, the top 5 Observation Decks in Hokkaido by TripAdvisor. East Hokkaido 360º Observatory with 270 m. height from the sea when you stand on the top, you'll see the curve of the planet. It is where you prove that The World is real Sphere!

If you like the panoramic view from the height, Kaiyodai is one of the best observatory deck in Shibetsu you must go. During Summer, more than 1,000 cows are spreaded around Pasture Field contrast with Cloud & Grassy Ground. If you are hungry, there are some stall open to selling food and snacks. Also Caffe Kaiyodai is touristic most visit where soft-cream costs 300 yen per cone.

During Winter, Ranch is all covered by the snow. You can feel being hugged by the snow mountain from the back of Kaiyodai Observatory. Please be reminded that -12ºC is the lowest temp. so don't forget to bring warm winter coat! Oh! and Caffe Kaiyodai is always closed during this winter period.

Lastly, must not miss to ring the Kaiyodai Bell of Happiness in front of the observatory, kindly bring your sweetheart there, ring & wish for a love happiness!

INFO. & DIRECTION
Opening Hour:Observatory (24hr.) / Caffe Kaiyodai (9:00 - 17:30)
Closed:Caffe Kaiyodai(Late October - Late April)
Access:15 min. drive from Nakashibetsu Airport.
Entrance Fee:Free!
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Shibetsu Salmon Unloading


Salmon Fish Market, one of the main pier where Tons of Salmon are all year unloaded at the dock of Shibetsu Fishing Harbour, East Hokkaido. Trust me, Salmon here is one of the best in Japan. Why? You can see how fresh it is & how delicious of Japanese restaurant around Shibetsu.

Shibetsu is not only distributing Salmon to Tokyo but all over the countries. Because of this, it makes Shibetsu is the real Salmon City.

Early morning, the boats sail 12 km far from the port to catch Salmons. Come back around 6 AM to unload & divide Salmons to 12 buckets based on Kinds, Size & Gender. Open to tourist only in Autumn.

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Opening Hour:4:30~
Access:8 Min. drive from Shibetsu Town Office
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Ticket Info.:¥1,000
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Bell & Bear at Pogawa


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BELL & BEAR AT POGAWA


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Here's the entrances of Shibetsu Wetland and along the way you will pass the forest before arriving the village. The guide let us attach this small bell or cat's bell before enter the gate.


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WHY DO WE NEED THE SMALL BELL?

The reason is simple, because there's the bear in the forest and this bell can protect us. Seriously!!?? That's another question I ask. Although Pogawa Historical Village was opened since 1979 but the forest area around the Ruins Site wasn't destroyed but keep it same. So there're bears still live here.

Shibetsu Pogawa Historical Village Stair up to Ruin Site
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Shibetsu Pogawa Historical Village Bear Searching for Fish

'Ging, Ging' the small bell was ringing while we walking. This sound is uncommon among the forest, but it's commonly tell those bears that human has arrived, please go away. This is how we can protect ourself.

Also, when we arrive at some checkpoint, there is the bell hang with the trees for us to ring. To tell the bear and wild animal that, we are here! Don't come!

The staff at Historical Village Museum let us attached small bell with belt loops and walk along to let the bear and wild life noticed. This is same logic as pet owners are attached cat bell to the collar of the cat to warn potential preys of the cat's approach.

 


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From this experience, I notice how Japanese really care to every single life; The tourist, the bear and the forest. Why? Because this is simplest way to make everyone happy, Japanese doesn't want anyone to get hurt.  You can see from the example below.

HUNTERS VS BELLS

Let say if we know that Pogawa Historical Village has bear in the forest that might harm the human, so how to solve this problem to make sure our tourists will be safe along the trip. 

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• Hunter Solution
Let the tourists go with hunter. If bear approach, just shot! It's not wrong, the hunter just want to protect the tourists but it harm the bear.

• Bell Solution
Let the tourists go with the small bell. The nature of the bear is when they heard some strange sound, it will run away. Human is safe and so do the bear

 


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DO YOU NOTICED WHY SMALL BELL DESIGN WITH BELT LOOPS HANGING?

  • Japanese don't want to give just bell because you need to hold it and shake it 
  • Japanese don't want to give you wrist bell because our wrist is not the same size and it might be uncomfortable.
  • But Japanese people give you that small bell with belt loops hanging because while you walking it makes bell ring at the same time.

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SHIBETSU POGAWA HISTORICAL VILLAGE INFO.

Entrance Fee¥310 for Adults / ¥100 for High School Student / Free for Junior High School & Below.
Location : Shibetsu, Hokkaido, Japan / Get Direction
Opening Hours : 9.00 - 17.00

Closed : December to May

Hotel Kawabata Midnight Osen

Midnight Onsen

HOKKAIDO MIDNIGHT ONSEN


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HOW’S MIDNIGHT ONSEN?

Most of people who come to Hokkaido, they definitely finding the best Onsen in Hokkaido. After that everyone will head to that place. But here I’ll let you know the secret Onsen that you can do it during the middle of the night. It’s Midnight Onsen in Hotel Kawabata, Shibetsu Hokkaido.

If you dream to soak yourself in Hot Spring at night, here’s perfect destination for you. You will have relaxing time with silent night. The heat of water will heal you from your tiredness. Lay down on the rock around you will bring back your power & strength. You’ll slowly get sweat and freshness in the end.

 

WHAT IS ONSEN?

Onsen is actually Japanese Hot Spring, it’s either outdoor or indoor bathtub with hot water. Immersing yourself into Hokkaido Onsen will make you feel relax and heal. If you wonder that how hot it is, it’s normally 40-44˚C

Hotel Kawabata Hot Spring

10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW?

1.You need to take a bath before soaking yourself in Onsen.
2.You should drink some water to prevent dehydration because you will lose water in your body during take a hot bath.
3.You can bring little towel with you. Men will hold it in front of their privacy spot. Women use both hands to hold the towel to cover breasts and privacy spot.
4.Hot Spring is hot around 40-44˚C so please let you body adjust to water temperature. Slowly put your feet into Onsen first to let your body adjust to the heat of water. After that your leg, body and chest.
5.Please walk slowly because the floor is wet.
6.No Smoking during Onsen
7.Don’t bring newspaper. Don’t put soap, shampoo or towel in the water.
8.Don’t swim or put your head into the water
9.Taking photographs & videos are not allowed in most of Onsen.
10.Also you should drink something after too for rehydration because you lose your water during you bath.

 

AREA AT THE ONSEN

Hotel Kawabata Entrance

Entrance
If you expected to do Onsen with your couple, you must be disappointed because the Hot Springs are separate. At the entrance, there’re curtains named “noren” in the front. Normally, Blue is for men and Red is for women.

Hotel Kawabata Changing Room

Change Room
At the changes room usually has the basket to put your clothes and stuffs inside. Please take of your clothes. You will be naked since then.

Hotel Kawabata Washing Area

Washing Area
You must clean yourself before going to take a bath. The washing area and bath are separate. There are Shower Gel, Conditioner and Shampoo for you. In here, it’s common that you might need to wash yourself among other people. Easier way to say is you will be naked and take a shower with Japanese and foreigner. Don’t worry it’s common in Japan, no one care so please don’t be shy and panic.

Hotel Kawabata Bathing Area

Bathing Area
Around 2.5 m x 1.8 m Onsen area would fits around 5 - 10 people. The midnight onset is for other guest to join, so please be polite. The most useful tips to give is, you should look around, how’s people do things especially Japanese so you will not do something wrong.

WHERE CAN I HAVE MIDNIGHT ONSEN?

This Hokkaido Onsen Hotel is not far from the airport. It’s 20 minutes drive from Nakashibetsu Airport. Puruke-no-Yakata Hotel Kawabata is a ryokan, which is a type of traditional Japanese Inn. You can get its direction by this link Hotel Kawabata

It doesn’t mean this hotel open only at midnight. It open since morning, but also available whole night long.

OPENING HOURS : Check-in : 15.00 - 19.00 / Check-out : Until 10.00
PRICE : Book the room here starts at ¥7,800 to ¥36,000 per Person

How to find these 3 Salmons in 1 Plate?

FINDING 3 SEASONS OF SALMON IN 1 PLATE?


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Have you ever tried 3 seasons of salmon in 1 plate? If not, you should take a look in this post. If you come to Shibetsu, this is a MUST you need to try.

HOW TO EAT THESE SALMON?

Actually you can just use your chopstick to put some wasabi in Shoyu, and grab any piece of salmon that you want, dip in Shoyu and done! I don't deny that you cannot do like that but Japanese people who bring me there suggest me to EAT FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Why? Because it's better to eat them from light taste to deep taste.

This plate has 3 kinds of Salmon. Start from the left side...It's called "Shiro Salmon" (White Salmon) next one is "Sakura Salmon" and the last one on the right is "Toki Salmon" There're 2 pieces each kind.

TASTE DESCRIPTION

Shibetsu Shiro Salmon

Shiro Salmon (White Salmon)
It's salmon during August - Thick texture with good taste.

Shibetsu Sakura Salmon

Sakura Salmon
It's salmon during April-May Sakura Time - Smooth texture and very juicy.

Shibetsu Toki Salmon

Toki Salmon
It's salmon during June - It is really cold texture, it's thick at first but smooth at last Very delicious.

Shibetsu Restuarant

TAKEDA JAPANESE RESTAURANT

Cuisine's Name : Maboroshi no Sake masu Ajikurabe (幻の鮭ルイベ味比べ)
Cost only ¥2,350/plate should try once before you die!
Location : Takeda, Shibetsu, Hokkaido, Japan / Get Direction
Opening Hours : 11:00 to 14:00 / 17:00 to 10:00 p.m.