Okayama

Kibi-Dango (10 pieces)

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Kibi-Dango is a Japanese sweet, made with a mixture of sticky rice, sugar and syrup, with kibi, or millet, added, for extra flavor. This traditional taste has remained the same since 1856. Great with green tea.

Bishu Amazake

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Amazake literally means sweet sake yet this beverage is actually non-alcohol. This amazake is made only with rice, koji mold and water, with absolutely no additives. It is rich in vitamins as it contains over 20% glucose sugar, and also contains a good deal of amino acids. This is why it is affectionally referred to as the “intravenous drip beverage.”

Peach Jam

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This jam is made with a generous amount of Shimizu Hakuto peach, the trademark fruit of Okayama. This can be spread on toast or pancakes, as well as mixed with soda.

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Kibi-Dango (10 pieces)

Kibi-Dango is a Japanese sweet, made with a mixture of sticky rice, sugar and syrup, with kibi, or millet, added, for extra flavor. This traditional taste has remained the same since 1856. Great with green tea.

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Bishu Amazake

Amazake literally means sweet sake yet this beverage is actually non-alcohol. This amazake is made only with rice, koji mold and water, with absolutely no additives. It is rich in vitamins as it contains over 20% glucose sugar, and also contains a good deal of amino acids. This is why it is affectionally referred to as the “intravenous drip beverage.”

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Peach Jam

This jam is made with a generous amount of Shimizu Hakuto peach, the trademark fruit of Okayama. This can be spread on toast or pancakes, as well as mixed with soda.

White Peach Caramel, Exclusive to Okayama

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Perfect as a souvenir, these caramels are made with locally grown Okayama white peaches that feature moderate acidity and a mellow sweetness.

Red Rice 100g

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Red rice, known as ancient rice, has long been eaten in Soja City, Okayama. It is recognized as a natural supplement, beneficial to health and beauty, as it is rich in a variety of healthy properties, including vitamins, minerals, polyphenol, and dietary fiber.

Grilled Mamakari

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For this product, Mamakari, or big-eye sardines, are grilled by hand, and soaked in a mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, mirin, and ginger while they are still hot. This traditional dish in Okayama is often eaten with rice or sake. Mamakari literally means borrowing (kari) rice (mama), and this fish was so named because people become so enamored of eating this delicious fish that they often had to borrow rice from their next-door neighbors to eat with it.  

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White Peach Caramel, Exclusive to Okayama

Perfect as a souvenir, these caramels are made with locally grown Okayama white peaches that feature moderate acidity and a mellow sweetness.

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Red Rice 100g

Red rice, known as ancient rice, has long been eaten in Soja City, Okayama. It is recognized as a natural supplement, beneficial to health and beauty, as it is rich in a variety of healthy properties, including vitamins, minerals, polyphenol, and dietary fiber.

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Grilled Mamakari

For this product, Mamakari, or big-eye sardines, are grilled by hand, and soaked in a mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, mirin, and ginger while they are still hot. This traditional dish in Okayama is often eaten with rice or sake. Mamakari literally means borrowing (kari) rice (mama), and this fish was so named because people become so enamored of eating this delicious fish that they often had to borrow rice from their next-door neighbors to eat with it.  

Ohegi

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These crunchy, individually hand-baked rice crackers, made with rice grown in Okayama, are seasoned with only sugar and salt, with no additives. This simple and traditional Japanese snack goes well with both green and black tea.

Kurokuro-cha

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This is a tea made from Sakushuguro, a local variety of black (kuro) soybeans, cultivated in the wide, natural environment of Okayama. This healthy drink features a pleasant aroma and flavor particular to black soybeans.

Hiruzen Kogen Jersey Milk 4.2

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This rich and mellow 100% Jersey milk is the most popular product offered by Hiruzen Farm. The fat level is adjusted to 4.2% by removing only the milk fat from the fresh milk.

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Ohegi

These crunchy, individually hand-baked rice crackers, made with rice grown in Okayama, are seasoned with only sugar and salt, with no additives. This simple and traditional Japanese snack goes well with both green and black tea.

main-banner.png

Kurokuro-cha

This is a tea made from Sakushuguro, a local variety of black (kuro) soybeans, cultivated in the wide, natural environment of Okayama. This healthy drink features a pleasant aroma and flavor particular to black soybeans.

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Hiruzen Kogen Jersey Milk 4.2

This rich and mellow 100% Jersey milk is the most popular product offered by Hiruzen Farm. The fat level is adjusted to 4.2% by removing only the milk fat from the fresh milk.