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Miyazaki

Gobochi (Plain)

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This snack is made with gobo burdock locally produced in Miyazaki. This root vegetable is super rich in dietary fibers, and for this product is deep-fried and seasoned simply with soy sauce and dashi stock.

Hyuganatsu-zuke

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This is candied dried hyuganatsu, a citrus fruit, locally grown in Miyazaki. Great as a snack.

Hyuganatsu 100% Juice

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This is the 100% juice of hyuganatsu, a citrus fruit, locally grown in Miyazaki that features a super-refreshing flavor.

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Gobochi (Plain)

This snack is made with gobo burdock locally produced in Miyazaki. This root vegetable is super rich in dietary fibers, and for this product is deep-fried and seasoned simply with soy sauce and dashi stock.

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Hyuganatsu-zuke

This is candied dried hyuganatsu, a citrus fruit, locally grown in Miyazaki. Great as a snack.

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Hyuganatsu 100% Juice

This is the 100% juice of hyuganatsu, a citrus fruit, locally grown in Miyazaki that features a super-refreshing flavor.

Sliced Dried Shiitake

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These shiitake mushrooms are grown in an FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) approved forest in Miyazaki, so they are safe and reliable. Really delicious, especially stir-fried or cooked with pasta.

Dried Prawns

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This product is made with prawns freshly harvested in Miyazaki, with no additives or colorings. They are carefully selected at auction, so their quality is guaranteed to the same level at which they can be eaten as sashimi. They can be enjoyed simply by covering them with starch or flour and fried as tempura, or as the base of a stock for soups.   

Obiten (3 pieces)

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This product is made with fish paste, tofu, raw sugar and miso, molded into leaf shapes and deep-fried until golden brown. Their distinctively sweet taste has long been cherished by the local people of Obi, a town which is known as “Little Kyoto” in Miyazaki.

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Sliced Dried Shiitake

These shiitake mushrooms are grown in an FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) approved forest in Miyazaki, so they are safe and reliable. Really delicious, especially stir-fried or cooked with pasta.

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Dried Prawns

This product is made with prawns freshly harvested in Miyazaki, with no additives or colorings. They are carefully selected at auction, so their quality is guaranteed to the same level at which they can be eaten as sashimi. They can be enjoyed simply by covering them with starch or flour and fried as tempura, or as the base of a stock for soups.   

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Obiten (3 pieces)

This product is made with fish paste, tofu, raw sugar and miso, molded into leaf shapes and deep-fried until golden brown. Their distinctively sweet taste has long been cherished by the local people of Obi, a town which is known as “Little Kyoto” in Miyazaki.

Chicken Nanban Sauce

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Chicken nanban, which is an original dish of Miyazaki, is deep-fried chicken dipped in sugared vinegar sauce with and a topping of tartar sauce. This dipping sauce (150ml) is designed for one-time use in home cooking.

Hyuganatsu Yakiniku Sauce

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Hyuganatsu citrus is a locally grown fruit in Miyazaki, and the unique soft white inner layer beneath the outer peel can also be eaten. This is a fresh-citrusy tasting sauce for yakiniku, or grilled meat, containing hyuganatsu and natsumikan orange.

Chirimen Jako Senbei

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These senbei crackers contain chirimen jako, or dried baby sardines, harvested in the Hyuga-nada Sea, in Miyazaki. This snack, very rich in calcium, is a perfect companion to beer.

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Chicken Nanban Sauce

Chicken nanban, which is an original dish of Miyazaki, is deep-fried chicken dipped in sugared vinegar sauce with and a topping of tartar sauce. This dipping sauce (150ml) is designed for one-time use in home cooking.

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Hyuganatsu Yakiniku Sauce

Hyuganatsu citrus is a locally grown fruit in Miyazaki, and the unique soft white inner layer beneath the outer peel can also be eaten. This is a fresh-citrusy tasting sauce for yakiniku, or grilled meat, containing hyuganatsu and natsumikan orange.

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Chirimen Jako Senbei

These senbei crackers contain chirimen jako, or dried baby sardines, harvested in the Hyuga-nada Sea, in Miyazaki. This snack, very rich in calcium, is a perfect companion to beer.