Wild vegetable (sansai) dishes

Butterbur sprouts, mugwort, osmund, and buds of Japanese angelica trees. Blessed with the gift from the land, such wild vegetables welcome its season in spring. In Hachikita Highlands, you can feel the end of winter and the coming of spring at once by picking wild vegetables peeking out of lingering snow in the highlands. Wild vegetables richly contain nutrients such as dietary fibers, vitamins, and minerals.