YAMAGUCHI

 

Okayu in Fugu Broth

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Okayu is a type of porridge, and this one is made with locally produced Koshihikari rice from Yamaguchi cooked in an extravagantly-flavored fugu blowfish broth.

Fuku Chazuke (6 packs)

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This is a kind of dried seasoning for sprinkling over rice, which then has hot water or hot tea poured over it. This variety contains fugu, or blowfish, flakes. Fugu is also called “fuku” in Yamaguchi, and is known to contain health-giving properties, which are valued very highly in the extremely cold winter fishing grounds of the area.

Hikoshima Miso Miso Soup Mix

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It is possible to instantly enjoy the authentic delicious taste of miso soup by simply adding hot water to this mix. It contains fried tofu, chopped green spring onions and seaweed, and is very convenient as a quick breakfast or nighttime snack, as well as for taking on overseas trips. This miso is locally produced on Hikoshima Island, Yamaguchi.

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Okayu in Fugu Broth

Okayu is a type of porridge, and this one is made with locally produced Koshihikari rice from Yamaguchi cooked in an extravagantly-flavored fugu blowfish broth.

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Fuku Chazuke (6 packs)

This is a kind of dried seasoning for sprinkling over rice, which then has hot water or hot tea poured over it. This variety contains fugu, or blowfish, flakes. Fugu is also called “fuku” in Yamaguchi, and is known to contain health-giving properties, which are valued very highly in the extremely cold winter fishing grounds of the area.

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Hikoshima Miso Miso Soup Mix

It is possible to instantly enjoy the authentic delicious taste of miso soup by simply adding hot water to this mix. It contains fried tofu, chopped green spring onions and seaweed, and is very convenient as a quick breakfast or nighttime snack, as well as for taking on overseas trips. This miso is locally produced on Hikoshima Island, Yamaguchi.

Fuku Ramen

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Shimonoseki City in Yamaguchi is the top harvester of fugu blowfish in Japan, and the soup of this ramen is made with a full-flavored fugu broth. As a matter of interest, fugu is also called “fuku” in Yamaguchi.  

Uni Meshi Furikake

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Furikake is a dried mixed seasoning that is sprinkled over rice for added flavor. This product features full-flavored uni, or sea urchin, and can also be used as a topping for pasta and fried rice.

Akiyoshidai Gobo Karinto

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Karinto is a deep-fried traditional Japanese snack, and while normally sweet, this one, made with gobo burdock, is not sweet but actually quite spicy. The gobo used in this product is grown in Akiyoshidai, Yamaguchi.

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Fuku Ramen

Shimonoseki City in Yamaguchi is the top harvester of fugu blowfish in Japan, and the soup of this ramen is made with a full-flavored fugu broth. As a matter of interest, fugu is also called “fuku” in Yamaguchi.  

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Uni Meshi Furikake

Furikake is a dried mixed seasoning that is sprinkled over rice for added flavor. This product features full-flavored uni, or sea urchin, and can also be used as a topping for pasta and fried rice.

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Akiyoshidai Gobo Karinto

Karinto is a deep-fried traditional Japanese snack, and while normally sweet, this one, made with gobo burdock, is not sweet but actually quite spicy. The gobo used in this product is grown in Akiyoshidai, Yamaguchi.

Yamayaki Dango

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These dango, or sticky rice balls, are soft coated with kinako soybean flavoring, with a decidedly pleasant aroma. They taste very good with green tea.

Matcha Uiro

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Uiro is a traditional Japanese steamed rice cake. This one, scented with matcha green tea, has a mild sweetness and a light, sophisticated flavor.

Yamaguchi Hagi Beer Pale Ale

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This blonde pale ale was originally developed in Burton, England, and offers a distinctive bitterness courtesy of the inclusion of selected hops, as well as a lovely, fruity aroma. It also exhibits something of a nutty, and roasted malt flavor.  

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Yamayaki Dango

These dango, or sticky rice balls, are soft coated with kinako soybean flavoring, with a decidedly pleasant aroma. They taste very good with green tea.

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Matcha Uiro

Uiro is a traditional Japanese steamed rice cake. This one, scented with matcha green tea, has a mild sweetness and a light, sophisticated flavor.

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Yamaguchi Hagi Beer Pale Ale

This blonde pale ale was originally developed in Burton, England, and offers a distinctive bitterness courtesy of the inclusion of selected hops, as well as a lovely, fruity aroma. It also exhibits something of a nutty, and roasted malt flavor.