Miyagi Prefecture is a destination for excellent dining. While practically overflowing with fresh seafood from the Sanriku Coast, there are other foods Miyagi locals think you must try. “Zunda,” made from green edamame soybeans, is used in a variety of ways. Miyagi’s soul food is Gyutan, or grilled beef tongue. Miyagi is a top savory fish cake producer and makes these “Sasakamaboko” in the shape of a bamboo leaf. Sample them all for the true Miyagi culinary experience.