This hand-crafted Tosa Vinegar from Shokaku was originally brewed as an ingredient at Mr Fujiwara's sushi restaurant in Itayado (near Kobe). However, thanks to the enthusiasm of his loyal customers, who kept asking for it, Mamoru Fujiwara and his wife along with his son Hironori decided to start bottling and selling the vinegar. Within years, demand had grown to the point that the family needed to build a separate workshop to handle orders. You can now enjoy this Tosa Vinegar, which once enchanted customers at Mr. Fujiwara's small unassuming sushi shop - a local fan favorite goes global!
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Kenchanzuke's tsukemono flakes are made from the finest vegetables produced in the Izumo region of Japan. The company hopes to preserve the traditional tastes and methods of Japanese pickling and pass it on to the next generation. The commitment of Kenchazuke to quality pickles can be seen in their motto - “No matter how long it takes, we want to make delicious pickled vegetables.”
Kuwanosato's delicious mulberry tea is made from 100% domestically produced mulberry leaves grown and harvested on a company-managed farm in Yamanashi Prefecture, the birthplace of “Ichinose Mulberry”. The company has a clear philosophy: "Contribute to local Yamanashi, Japan, and the world with the will to live for a century and to shine in the future of the millennium"
Konbumura's nutrient-packed seaweed salad mix is made from 100% domestically harvested seaweed varieties, sourced from the cold northern seas surrounding Osatube in Hokkaido. Konbumura works with skilled local fishermen, who know the best time to harvest the different varieties of seaweed, to produce an exceptionally delicious mix of flavors.
Over 200 hundred years later, Tamakiya is still in the same spot as it was first established and is currently in its ninth generation. The heart and craftsmanship of the traditional flavors still remain and the pure taste and aroma have been handed down through the generations. are still handed down today.
Honda Shoten uses 100 years of traditional raw soba making methods to create their additive-free, homemade soba made from freshly ground domestic buckwheat flour.
Japan may be famous for its rice wine, but for over 60 years, Takaaki Amamiya, the founder of Asaya Vinegar, has been focused on creating a world-class wine vinegar made entirely from Japanese grapes. In keeping with that intention, he worked day and night to make a wine vinegar that is infused with Japanese food culture.
Ikumi Village is located in the green mountainous region of Shimada City in Shizuoka Prefecture. In harmony with the natural cycles of the seasons, they use traditional tea plantation farming methods that have been certified by World Heritage Tea Plantation Farmers.
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