Brondong Fish Auction
It is a great blessing that Lamongan regency has sea-richness with its 47 km beach, covering 17 coastal villages villages, from Lohgung villagein Brondong district to Weru Lor village in Paciran district. This natural condition provides an alternative choice for the coastal society to work in fishery sector. There are 23,186 fishermen, 435 fish cultivators, 49 hatchery enterpreneurs, one could-storage unit and 7 units of ice factory (supplying fishermen's need).
The available boats are more than 15,000 units and all of them are machine-generated. Meanwhile, the catching appratus are 271 purse seins, 586 large nets, 795 gill nets, 595 tromel nets and 233 other tools. The well-known catching results are Layang fish, Kuningan fish, Tongkol, Tengiri, Kakap Merah, Rajungan, Dorang and Cumi-Cumi. The marketing covers East Java and Yogyakarta. Even, through cold storage company in Paciran, the products are exported to the markets of China, Taiwan, Japan, Europe and United States of America.
To supports its marketing, the government keep developing the facilities of TPI (centre of fish auction) in Weru, Kranji, Lohgung, Labuhan and Brondong.
The Center of Fish Auction of Brondong (TPI Brondong) is place for 18.248 fisherman for getting off their fish for sale. They got off the fish about 34.323 tons every year. Beside that, Lamongan regency also produces Windu shrimp with quantity of 2.000 tons in the years of 2000. The development of Windu shrimp commodities still give an opportunity to the export market.
Wingo, Lamongan’s Sweet Cake
Wingko Wingko is one of Indonesia traditional foods. People recognize this food as Wingko Babat from Semarang, Central Java. Whereas, Babat is a small town in Lamongan Regency, East Java. And it is true; this food is particularly Lamongan traditional food. Wingko is a typical of cake which made by coconut and sticky rice. It taste sweet and savoury at the same time, and having chewy texture in every bite. It mostly having round shape or in small round flips. The taste of savory from the coconut milk that blend…
The Caping Dance
Caping Dance Caping Ngancak Dance Caping Ngancak dance is one of traditional dances in Lamongan regency. The dance is describes about farmers in their rice field showing the process from grow the rice until they get harvest. Like farmers, the dancers also wearing ‘Caping’, which is a special hat that only wore by farmer in Indonesia. This dance is performed by group of young females who wore village costumes in modern style and bring Caping as the main property. www.EastJava.com
Chicken Soto Lamongan
Soto Lamongan This food is one of the famous foods in entire Indonesia. Soto, is such a beef or chicken soup. In some regency in East Java or even in Indonesia have their own type of soto. The most famous one is coming from Lamongan. Soto Lamongan have rich ingredients that mix together into a bowl completed by hot spicy broth. The condiments are: rice, glass noodle, chicken shredded, chicken liver, young egg, boil shredded egg, fried onion and celery. Do not forget the sambal sauce to make it hotter…
Wingko Wingko is one of Indonesia traditional foods. People recognize this food as Wingko Babat from Semarang, Central Java. Whereas, Babat is a small town in Lamongan Regency, East Java. And it is true; this food is particularly Lamongan traditional food. Wingko is cake made by coconut and sticky rice. It taste sweet and savoury at the same time, and having chewy texture in every bite. It mostly having round shape or in small round flips. It sweet everyone… www.eastjava.com