Matsushima is most known for its rich, creamy oysters, so they are a must-try when going there.
This simplistic Portuguese sponge cake came to Japan in the 16th century and has been a hit ever since.
Matsushima Beer was Miyagi Prefecture’s first microbrew. It is inspired by German beer and uses certain techniques from the European country to produce its brews.
Baked individually by hand with just Miyagi Sasanishiki rice, sugar, and natural salt, these popular rice crackers have been around since 1327.
Named after the French word for “soft,” Mou are low-calorie, fluffy soybean treats.
Oyster-flavored rice crackers that make a great snack to have while you walk around town.
Oyster Stuffed Curry Bread
Head over to Pensee (a bakery chain) to get this savory pastry that is only available with oysters in Matsushima.
Mochi smothered in sweet edamame paste is one of the most recognizable sweets from Japan’s Northeast region of Tohoku.
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