- Western Kanagawa Longest Ita Kamaboko Challenge Executive Committee
- 87.95 metre(s)
- Japan (Odawara)
The longest ita kamaboko measures 87.95 m (288 ft 6.59 in) and was created by Western Kanagawa Longest Ita Kamaboko Challenge Executive Committee (Japan) in Odawara, Kanagawa, Japan, on 4 October 2015.
Ita kamaboko is a kind of Japanese processed fish product that is made of fish paste mounted in a half moon shape on a wooden board (ita). The fish paste is normally steamed or roasted on the wooden board. The main ingredient of the kamaboko for this attempt was fish named Guchi (Silver croaker). In addition to the staff, about 410 people joined to make the kamaboko on the day. The completed ita kamaboko, including the board, weighed 187 kg (412.26 lb).