Such a popular B-1 Grand Prix is a place you definitely want to visit. But the bottleneck is the venue. Last year it was held at Himeji Castle in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, and this year it was held at Kokura in Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Next year, it is scheduled to be held in Toyokawa City, Aichi Prefecture. Nowhere is it a place where you can easily go out ...
It's not a distance you can't go if you really want to go. But if you pay tens of thousands of yen to visit the site by bullet train or plane and eat a few hundred yen of B-class gourmet food, don't you feel like you're stuck or something that doesn't feel right?
Amazon.co.jp has set up a special page "B-1 Grand Prix Official Local Gourmet Town!" For people who are lazy like the author who is good at such excuses. We sell about 50 B-1 Grand Prix official products. You can get B-grade gourmet foods from all over Japan just by chilling around in your house.
Let me introduce some of the products on the special page. First of all, the cup soup of "Hachinohe Senbei Juice", a local dish of Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture, which won the Gold Grand Prix at this year's "B-1 Grand Prix in Kitakyushu".
Next, you can easily enjoy the soul food "Yakibuta Tamagome" in Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture at home.
And the local gourmet "Hiruzen Yakisoba Set" in Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture, which won the 2011 "B-1 Grand Prix in Himeji".
However, if all the people in Japan are satisfied with the order, the idea of "town revitalization by B-class gourmet" itself will be a nuisance. Isn't there more withdrawal? Ah, what should I do? Should I pop it on Amazon? Or should I get on the Shinkansen?
How about ordering from Amazon for the time being, and if you find a B-grade gourmet you like, go to the site and eat at the store? In this case, it fits in a round shape. You said good things now. This is not an excuse, is it? Now, let's have a senbei juice! Gufu!