A sansho & sesame heavy Japanese seven spice is the perfect condiment to pick up any poultry dish, miso soup or whatever you want to spice up.
Ingredients: golden sesame seeds, red chili pepper, Japanese pepper, orange peel, seaweed, black sesame seeds, amaranth
Wadaman Co., Ltd. is located in Osaka, Japan and has been a sesame manufacturer for more than 130 years. The 4th generation owner, Etsuji Wada, has been personally roasting the seeds for over 40 years. Known as the best roaster in Japan, his skills produce sesame seeds with a delicate & nuanced flavor like none other.
There is a reason golden sesame seeds are the most highly praised in the sesame world. Their amazing aroma and rich nutty flavor can often make this paste a meal in its own. Naturally it lends itself well to tradional Japanese dishes like Goma Ae. Yet this golden paste is also perfect on an SB&J sandwich (Sesame Butter & Jelly). Store in a cool, dark place. Do not refrigerate. Stir before using.
Ingredients: organic golden sesame seeds
Wadaman Co., Ltd. is located in Osaka, Japan and has been a sesame manufacturer for more than 130 years. The fourth generation owner, Etsuji Wada, has been personally roasting the seeds for over 40 years. Known as the best roaster in Japan, his skills produce sesame seeds with a delicate & nuanced flavor like none other.
Yugeta's organic soy sauce is made from Japanese-grown organic soybeans and wheat. Traditionally aged in cedar vats for one year, this organic soy sauce has a yeasty, fermented nose and a light coffee color. It is great for adding flavor to broths or for dipping. Please refrigerate after opening.
Ingredients: water, organic soy bean, organic wheat, salt
Yugeta Shoyu has been making soy sauce since 1923 just outside Tokyo in a village called Tawame, Saitama Prefecture. Today the company is run by fourth generation Mr. Yohichi Yugeta, who is keeping alive traditional shoyu (soy sauce) making. Yugeta Shoyu’s soy sauce is brewed naturally and uses only Japan-grown wheat and soybeans.
Iio Jozo uses only pesticide-free rice and spring water to first make their own sake which is then fermented into rice vinegar. This artisanal product uses 200 grams of rice to make a liter of vinegar - five times the minimum amount required by law.
Ingredients: water, rice
Iio Jozo is a 123 year old vinegar company located on the Sea of Japan near the town of Miyazu. By controlling the process from start to finish and sticking to traditional production methods, Iio-san produces what is arguably the highest quality rice vinegar in Japan.