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Traditional Japanese foods
Traditional Japanese Foods
Gather a variety of appealing Japanese traditional foods such as seasonings, sake, sweets, and more.
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USDA Organic Wooden Barrel Soy sauce
Our organic Shoyu (soy sauce) is fermented using traditional KIOKE (wooden barrels) and aged for over one year using natural brewing methods.
Company：ADACHI ORGANIC SHOYU BREWERY
Rice crackers with crystal sugar and plum on top
A sweet and sour rice cracker sprinkled with plenty of sugar and Nanko plums from Wakayama prefecture.
Company：WATANABESEIKA CO., LTD.
Fish bone senbei
Grilled Fish senbei, Sillagin bone senbei, and horse mackerel bone senbei are mixed. You can enjoy the taste of each material.
Company：MASUNAGASHOKUHIN CO., LTD.
The tea has a subtle aroma, a sweet taste, and a beautiful leaf color. Organic product.
Company：SENCHASOU CO., LTD.
Ujimatcha Cream Parfait
This Japanese-style parfait features whipped cream made with Ujimatcha, shiratama dumplings, and warabi mochi, all topped with red bean paste from Tokachi, Hokkaido.
Company：TOKACHI DAIFUKU HONPO INC.
Original Umami Dashi Packet
Original blend dashi (soup stock) made with high-quality dried bonito flakes, dried sardine, kelp, and dried mushroom. Easy to use in Japanese and other dishes to add rich umami. No MSG or preservatives added.
Company：TEA LIFE CO., LTD
Kumamon Hikiwari Natto
By grinding soybeans, the flavor of natto has increased and the flavor has become richer. Comes with a sweet, thick sauce. By thickening the natto, the natto will be well coated with the sauce.
Company：MARUMIYA CO., LTD.
KIREIMAME Black Soy Bean Miso
Long-term 2-year naturally aged miso made from whole Hikari black soybeans grown in Hokkaido. Can be used not only for miso soup, but also for rice balls, meat miso, pork miso, and claypot meat.
Company：SHIBUYA FERMENTATION CO., LTD.