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A few of the generally known ones were there:
- Octopus たこ from Akashi
- Beef 肉用牛 from, well, all over the prefecture
- Onions たまねぎ in Awaji
- Tanba Black Beans 丹波黒 in Tanba, although they put the picture in Taijima and Harima also.
- Crab かに in Taijima
- Chrysanthemums きく in Settsu
- Eggplant なす in Tanba
- Figs いちじく in Settsu
~ Bonus geography lesson ~The internal divisions of Hyogo that follows the pre-Meiji era boundaries more or less are as follows:
([name in kanji]:[color on map])
- Settsu (摂津: green) is the area that consists of the urban Hanshin area centered around Kobe and including Nishinoimya. Where I live.
- Harima (播磨: orange) is the area of mixed rural and industrial use land spanning from Settsu to the Okayama prefecture border centered around Himeji. Spanning the coast from Akashi to Ako.
- Tanba (丹波: blue)is the rural agrarian highlands that are above the Keihanshin (Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe) urban area. Centered around the town of Sasayama.
- Tajima (但馬: pink) consists of Hyogo's Japan sea coast and the agricultural areas in in the northern reaches of the prefecture. Centered around the city of Toyooka and the onsen town of Kinosaki.
- Awaji (淡路: purple) consists of the agricultural island between Hyogo and Shikoku. This area has only recently seen a boom thanks to the Awaji bridge built in the 90's.