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Kameya Foods: Farm Direct Wasabi Furikake Rice Garnishing

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Are you a fan of the Japanese condiment, wasabi? Well, here it is in furikake form. 

Furikake in Japanese literally means to "shake and sprinkle", and has become the name of salted garnishings most commonly sprinkled on white Japanese rice to flavor it, or to add a bit of color. This furikake has bits of sesame seeds, nori (seaweed), bonito flakes, and of course, the wasabi bits from Shizuoka Prefecture add the unique punch in this mix. 

Use these wasabi sprinkles to add a bit of tingly sensation to your dishes! In Japan, it is common to mix furikake into the rice in order to make onigiri (rice balls). You can also use it as a seasoning for other dishes, such as in salad dressing or as a topping for pasta.  

 

Product Info

    • Net weight: 40 grams
    • Ingredients
  • Sesame, salt, corn flour, sugar, seaweed, bonito powder, nozawana (vegetable) protein, soy, green tea, wasabi, seaweed extract, yeast extract, flavor enhancer E621.
  • Manufacturer: Kameya Food Co., Ltd. 5 Heiseidai, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka, Japan 411-0042.

Nutrition Per 100g:

  • Energy: 1544.652kJ/369kcal
  • Fat: 13.3g  (of which Saturates: 2.4g)
  • Carbohydrate: 45g (of which Sugars: 18.45g)
  • Protein: 17.3g
  • Salt: 14.7g

 

Company Info

Although originally established in 1947 as a Japanese pickles manufacture company, Kameya foods now specialises in wasabi products, started farming in 2012 to grow their own produce, and takes great care to produce safe and delicious products. Situated in a blessed environment in Shizuoka Prefecture, Kameya foods has access to some of Japan’s best-quality wasabi grown at the edge of Mt. Amagi. In addition,  fresh vegetables from the western foot of Mt. Hakone,seafood from Suruga Bay as well as beautiful and abundant water from the Kakita River springs formed by the groundwater of Mt. Fuji! 

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Kameya Foods

Kameya Foods: Farm Direct Wasabi Furikake Rice Garnishing

£2.55

Are you a fan of the Japanese condiment, wasabi? Well, here it is in furikake form. 

Furikake in Japanese literally means to "shake and sprinkle", and has become the name of salted garnishings most commonly sprinkled on white Japanese rice to flavor it, or to add a bit of color. This furikake has bits of sesame seeds, nori (seaweed), bonito flakes, and of course, the wasabi bits from Shizuoka Prefecture add the unique punch in this mix. 

Use these wasabi sprinkles to add a bit of tingly sensation to your dishes! In Japan, it is common to mix furikake into the rice in order to make onigiri (rice balls). You can also use it as a seasoning for other dishes, such as in salad dressing or as a topping for pasta.  

 

Product Info

Nutrition Per 100g:

 

Company Info

Although originally established in 1947 as a Japanese pickles manufacture company, Kameya foods now specialises in wasabi products, started farming in 2012 to grow their own produce, and takes great care to produce safe and delicious products. Situated in a blessed environment in Shizuoka Prefecture, Kameya foods has access to some of Japan’s best-quality wasabi grown at the edge of Mt. Amagi. In addition,  fresh vegetables from the western foot of Mt. Hakone,seafood from Suruga Bay as well as beautiful and abundant water from the Kakita River springs formed by the groundwater of Mt. Fuji! 

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  • 1 packet (40g)
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