Japanese Furikake Umami Seasoning,
【Kombu Craftsman Furikake】 is a Japanese seasoning blend made from kombu harvested in Hokkaido, pickled shiso leaves, and white sesame seeds. Crafted by kombu artisans who uphold traditional techniques, this furikake is a handcrafted blend that embodies rich umami flavors.
- 【Kombu Craftsman Furikake】 is a Japanese seasoning blend made from kombu harvested in Hokkaido, pickled shiso leaves, and white sesame seeds. Crafted by kombu artisans who uphold traditional techniques, this furikake is a handcrafted blend that embodies rich umami flavors.
- 【Unique and Delicious】– The umami of Hokkaido kombu, the tantalizing acidity of shiso that enhances its flavor, and the sesame providing a textural accent create a uniquely deep and delicious taste not found in other furikake. Not too salty and low in calories, it’s a reassuring choice for those mindful of their calorie intake.
- 【Superfood】 – Kombu, rich in vitamins and minerals, is an ideal superfood known for its high nutritional value. This product uses finely shaved tororo kombu, soaked in sweet vinegar. Tororo kombu contains 2.9 times the calcium of kale and 5.9 times that of milk. In Japanese cuisine, kombu is an essential ingredient in dashi, contributing to both health and deliciousness. It truly embodies the concept of a superfood.
- 【For Various Dishes】 – Recommended not only as a topping for rice but also for salads, pasta, pilaf, steamed chicken, tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet), udon, and various other dishes. It pairs well with fried chicken or tempura, cutting through the richness and adding a refreshing and delicious touch.
- 【Japan’s National Food】 – Furikake is a uniquely Japanese seasoning primarily used by sprinkling it over freshly cooked rice. According to an internet survey conducted in Japan in March 2023 with 1,000 participants, 89% of the respondents answered “yes” when asked, “Do you like furikake?” Furikake is a symbolic seasoning of Japanese food culture.
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