Anbo is a traditional food that has been eaten by the local people as a staple food or snack. Skin is made of kneaded rice flour (sometimes Yomogi is added), and local vegetables and Anko (red bean paste) are used for filling. It looks like “Oyaki” of Nagano, but rice flour is used in dough, so they have a different texture and flavor. Even today, local grand mothers in each home make them by hand and eat them regularly. In addition, Anbo is a slow food that is available at some local supermarkets and souvenir shops.