Seasonings

Soy sauce, saké/mirin, miso and dashi are „The Big Four“ of Japanese cuisine. They contain plenty of umami taste through fermentation and maturation. Japanese yuzu and sansho add fresh citrus notes to food.

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  • Soy sauce Yuasa Tamari

    This soy sauce is brewed over 1 year in 150 year old cedar barrel. Yuasa is known as the birthplace of soy sauce. Bottled in Tokkuri ceramic.
    180ml
    £19.90
    Incl. 0% Tax, excl. Shipping

    Delivery Time: 3-5 days

    1 l = £99.50
  • Yuzu Kitomura

    Handpressed high quality yuzu juice. For this very high quality juice no addtitives are used and the fruits are pressed manually.
    100ml
    £17.90
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    Delivery Time: 3-5 days

    1 l = £179.00
  • Yuzu Powder "Kaneichi"

    The powder is made from the aromatic skin of yuzu. It is freeze dried and carefully milled.
    15g
    £8.30
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    Delivery Time: 3-5 days

    1 kg = £553.33
  • Wasanbon Wasanbon "Sugar"

    The wasanbon sugar can be used to prepare Japanes sweets or desserts.
    180g
    £14.90
    Incl. 0% Tax, excl. Shipping

    Delivery Time: 3-5 days

    1 l = £82.78
  • Wasanbon Sugar "Blossom"

    Wasanbon sugar pressed in the small forms with blossom shaped decoration. Traditionally served with green tea.
    50g
    £14.90
    Incl. 0% Tax, excl. Shipping

    Delivery Time: 3-5 days

    1 l = £298.00

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