A marriage of miso and delicious oysters straight from the sea
One of the three great production areas of oysters is Okayama prefecture. The environment is suitable for farming high quality oysters. Oysters are also called “the milk of the ocean” and contain various nutrition such as protein, calcium, zinc, and other minerals. Oysters go well with any kind of dish, and “oyster nabe” is the hotpot style dish with oysters. Miso is spread around the inside edge of the pot like a river bank, and oysters, tofu and seasonal vegetables are cooked inside. The miso is leveled as preferred when eating the nabe.