OITA

Kabosu Soy Sauce

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This is a soy sauce with the juice of locally grown kabosu citrus and dashi stock added. It can be used for a variety of dishes, such as hot pots, gyoza dumplings, vinegar-based salads, grilled fish, and tempura.

Kaori-chan, Oita Kunisaki Shiitake (Dried)

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These dried shiitake mushrooms have a very distinctive flavor and aroma. After being reconstituted with water, they can be used as an ingredient in a variety of dishes, such as sushi rolls, vinegar-based salads, and gyoza dumplings. They can also be enjoyed simply grilled.

Dango-jiru

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Dango-jiru is a traditional miso-based soup of Oita, containing dango, or flat noodles stewed together with vegetables, such as burdock, carrots and mushrooms. These noodles are very thin and almost see-through, and offer a firm and chewy texture. This package contains dried noodles and the miso-soup mix. These noodles can also be used to make another traditional food of Oita, called yaseuma, if boiled and covered with kinako soybean powder and sugar.

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Kabosu Soy Sauce

This is a soy sauce with the juice of locally grown kabosu citrus and dashi stock added. It can be used for a variety of dishes, such as hot pots, gyoza dumplings, vinegar-based salads, grilled fish, and tempura.

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Kaori-chan, Oita Kunisaki Shiitake (Dried)

These dried shiitake mushrooms have a very distinctive flavor and aroma. After being reconstituted with water, they can be used as an ingredient in a variety of dishes, such as sushi rolls, vinegar-based salads, and gyoza dumplings. They can also be enjoyed simply grilled.

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Dango-jiru

Dango-jiru is a traditional miso-based soup of Oita, containing dango, or flat noodles stewed together with vegetables, such as burdock, carrots and mushrooms. These noodles are very thin and almost see-through, and offer a firm and chewy texture. This package contains dried noodles and the miso-soup mix. These noodles can also be used to make another traditional food of Oita, called yaseuma, if boiled and covered with kinako soybean powder and sugar.

Ishiusu Hiki Soba

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Ishiusu Hiki Soba, literally meaning stone-mill ground buckwheat noodles, are made with a generous amount of locally produced soba flour. This product is considered restaurant-quality due to the very rich and distinctive soba flavor.

Bungo Mushroom Curry

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This slightly spicy curry sauce, packed in a retort pouch, is made with profoundly flavorsome mushrooms and vegetables and slow-cooked to achieve an excellent taste.

Karaage Marinade

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This soy-sauce based marinade, used in the preparation of karaage deep-fried chicken, contains garlic, ginger, and other spices to create a karaage with a deep and distinctive flavor.

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Ishiusu Hiki Soba

Ishiusu Hiki Soba, literally meaning stone-mill ground buckwheat noodles, are made with a generous amount of locally produced soba flour. This product is considered restaurant-quality due to the very rich and distinctive soba flavor.

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Bungo Mushroom Curry

This slightly spicy curry sauce, packed in a retort pouch, is made with profoundly flavorsome mushrooms and vegetables and slow-cooked to achieve an excellent taste.

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Karaage Marinade

This soy-sauce based marinade, used in the preparation of karaage deep-fried chicken, contains garlic, ginger, and other spices to create a karaage with a deep and distinctive flavor.

Yuzu Pepper (Red)

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This spice, made of the peel of green yuzu citrus and red chili pepper, is slowly matured with salt, and features a refreshingly acidic, hot yet mild and rich flavor. It is a great stimulator of the appetite when added to dishes, such as miso soup, udon noodles and hot pots.

Saganoseki Kurome Monaka

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This is a kit for making the kind of miso soup that is very popular among local people. Kurome is a kind of seaweed, a specialty of Oita, that is very rich in amino acids and mineral properties, and features a strong, slimy texture. This kit contains sun-dried kurome packed into a cute-looking ball-shaped monaka wafer, and miso flavored with dashi stock. To make this soup, simply put these two in a bowl and pour boiling water over them.  

Nashigokochi

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This soft drink contains locally produced nashi pears, and has a texture similar to finely grated pear.

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Yuzu Pepper (Red)

This spice, made of the peel of green yuzu citrus and red chili pepper, is slowly matured with salt, and features a refreshingly acidic, hot yet mild and rich flavor. It is a great stimulator of the appetite when added to dishes, such as miso soup, udon noodles and hot pots.

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Saganoseki Kurome Monaka

This is a kit for making the kind of miso soup that is very popular among local people. Kurome is a kind of seaweed, a specialty of Oita, that is very rich in amino acids and mineral properties, and features a strong, slimy texture. This kit contains sun-dried kurome packed into a cute-looking ball-shaped monaka wafer, and miso flavored with dashi stock. To make this soup, simply put these two in a bowl and pour boiling water over them.  

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Nashigokochi

This soft drink contains locally produced nashi pears, and has a texture similar to finely grated pear.