The original Misopan, specialty of Numata, with rustic yet rich taste
Local food called “Misopan” popular in Numata, Gunma Prefecture, a land surrounded by nature. Although the combination of “miso” and “bread” is something uncommon, they say it is delicious; nowadays, it is becoming steadily popular even among people other than local residents.
Syaron Fushimiya was the first store to create and sell “Misopan.” The business is the oldest bakery in Numata. Originally, the site sold manju buns, but later turned into a bakery. During the fourth decade of Showa, the store came up with “Original Misopan,” taking a hint from “Oyaki,” a regional cuisine.
Syaron Fushimiya's “Original Misopan” is made from fluffy homemade bread with no additives sandwiched with original miso filling. Red miso and brown sugar whips up the miso filling with well-balanced, salty-sweet taste. Since the filling is cooked making use of the bread’s natural sweetness, the overall taste is well-balanced, creating a catchy savor.
“Original Misopan”(160 Yen (tax included))
“Walnut Misopan”(160 Yen (tax included))
Although it looks rustic, Syaron Fushimiya’s “Original Misopan” which is full of rich flavor is offered in two types; “Original Misopan” and “Walnut Misopan” with walnuts added to dough, thus offering a different taste from the original type. Even if this is your first time eating, somehow you feel nostalgia; “Original Misopan,” loved by all generations, may be purchased at the store and via the internet.