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Tofu Plains (荒野豆腐 Kōya tōfu) is a large valley where tofu grows across its vast plains. When it rains, the tofu absorbs the water from the rainfall, giving it a soft and fluffy texture. When it is sunny, the Tofu Plains give off a brilliant golden glow.
It effuses a dense, rich flavor that melts in the mouth like chocolate and slides down the throat like butter which causes a wondrous sensation and fills one's stomach up like beef.