Uniquely Nagoya!
Why is the “Tenmusu” so alluring?

What is “Tenmusu” ?

Tenmusu is a delicious rice ball filled with shrimp tempura which is smaller than a regular rice ball and can be eaten cold.

Main Ingredient List

  • Shrimp tempura
  • Rice
  • Nori(dried seaweed)
  • Kyarabuki

Average Price

JPY 700 - JPY 800

One of the reasons why Tenmusu remains highly popular is due to its easy access.

Everyone can find this mini sized Nagoya Meshi in the train stations, at the supermarkets, along the street or even in a convenience store. Since it can be eaten cold, you can enjoy it anytime of the day!

Let us find out more about the popular Tenmusu from Nagoya!

Firstly, we can focus on how it can be enjoyed.

Tenmusu

Anywhere, Everywhere!
Take Out!

Point1

Tenmusu can be eaten at all times, anytime of the day!
It is a popular snack that can be enjoyed cold and can be found conveniently anywhere in Nagoya.

Tenmusu

A Rice Snack
Rice with Shrimp

Point2

Kyarabuki is a standard garnish for Tenmusu and is chosen simply because it is also a Tsukudani or essentially, a kind of vegetable of the Aichi Prefecture that has been pre- boiled in soy sauce. Try it for yourself and see if it enhances your Tenmusu eating enjoyment!

Tenmusu

A Perfect Garnish
Kyarabuki

Point3

Kyarabuki is a standard garnish for Tenmusu and is chosen simply because it is also a Tsukudani or essentially, a kind of vegetable of the Aichi Prefecture that has been pre- boiled in soy sauce. Try it for yourself and see if it enhances your Tenmusu eating enjoyment!

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