Try some of Tsushima's unique dishes when you visit the island!
Rokube noodles are made from sweet potatoes. Sweet potato batter dumplings called "sendango" are put into hot water to restore the batter into a ball. Next, the dough is pressed through a noodle press into a bowl of hot water. The noodles are enjoyed with a broth made from seasonal fish.
Ishiyaki (Stone Cooking)
Made with large pieces of fish, abalone, turban sheel mollusc and other shellfish, shiitake mushrooms, onions, and other seasonal vegetables. The ingredients are grilled on top of a hot stone. The tradition begun by fishermen who cooked their fish on stones taken from bonfires. Enjoy the rustic taste of this food with a sauce of your choice.
Taishu Soba Ice Cream
A sweet but not too sweet dessert that one can only get on Tsushima. Enjoy the scent and rich and unique flavor of Tsushima buckwheat with a meal or as an individual cup for carry-out purchase.
Currently available only at Soba Dojo in Kamiagata town. This ice cream is also available at souvenir stores throughout the island.