MIYAGI

Akamoku Udon Noodles

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Akamoku is a kind of algae, containing a fair number of nutritious properties, such as dietary fibers, polyphenol, and potassium. It is also known to be a rich source of antioxidants that boost the immune system. Powdered akamoku is mixed in with these noodles to create an interesting, slippery texture. It tastes delicious with a simple soy-sauce based dipping sauce, or when added to miso soup with a green spring onion topping.

 

Kawaguchi Natto (Dried)

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This product is made from Tachinagaha, a large-sized soybean locally produced in Miyagi. These soybeans have been crushed, fermented, and freeze-dried, resulting in a dry and crunchy texture. This product can be added to a variety of recipes, such as pizza, omelet, and fried rice, as well as making an interesting topping for yogurt.

 

Matsushima Beer Weizen

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This was the first craft beer made in Miyagi Prefecture, and contains a good deal of yeast, making it ideal for the health and beauty conscious. It exhibits a fruity aroma with hints of banana and vanilla, and is imbued with a slightly mild bitterness. With the main ingredients of hops and malt imported from Germany, this beer is made with a brewing method directly taught by a German brewmeister.

 

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Akamoku Udon Noodles

Akamoku is a kind of algae, containing a fair number of nutritious properties, such as dietary fibers, polyphenol, and potassium. It is also known to be a rich source of antioxidants that boost the immune system. Powdered akamoku is mixed in with these noodles to create an interesting, slippery texture. It tastes delicious with a simple soy-sauce based dipping sauce, or when added to miso soup with a green spring onion topping.

 

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Kawaguchi Natto (Dried)

This product is made from Tachinagaha, a large-sized soybean locally produced in Miyagi. These soybeans have been crushed, fermented, and freeze-dried, resulting in a dry and crunchy texture. This product can be added to a variety of recipes, such as pizza, omelet, and fried rice, as well as making an interesting topping for yogurt.

 

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Matsushima Beer Weizen

This was the first craft beer made in Miyagi Prefecture, and contains a good deal of yeast, making it ideal for the health and beauty conscious. It exhibits a fruity aroma with hints of banana and vanilla, and is imbued with a slightly mild bitterness. With the main ingredients of hops and malt imported from Germany, this beer is made with a brewing method directly taught by a German brewmeister.

 

Hiyashi Chuka Soy-Sauce Flavor (3 servings)

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Hiyashi Chuka, or cold ramen, was conceived in Miyagi’s capital Sendai. With this product, the sauce with vinegar and soy sauce flavors embraces the noodles very well, offering a refreshing, cooling taste in the summer. Seasonal vegetables, ham and eggs are wonderful complementary toppings for this ramen.

 

Beef Tongue Jerky

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This tender beef tongue jerky is flavored with sweet soy sauce and is perfect with beer. Every chew releases a unique taste that bursts out and spreads throughout the mouth.

 

Date Masamune Beer Weizen

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This is a mild tasting wheat beer containing 50% wheat malt, and manufactured using a special method taught by an authentic German brewmeister. Date Masamune was the name of a famous warrior who hailed from Miyagi.

 

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Hiyashi Chuka Soy-Sauce Flavor (3 servings)

 

Hiyashi Chuka, or cold ramen, was conceived in Miyagi’s capital Sendai. With this product, the sauce with vinegar and soy sauce flavors embraces the noodles very well, offering a refreshing, cooling taste in the summer. Seasonal vegetables, ham and eggs are wonderful complementary toppings for this ramen.

 

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Beef Tongue Jerky

This tender beef tongue jerky is flavored with sweet soy sauce and is perfect with beer. Every chew releases a unique taste that bursts out and spreads throughout the mouth.

 

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Date Masamune Beer Weizen

This is a mild tasting wheat beer containing 50% wheat malt, and manufactured using a special method taught by an authentic German brewmeister. Date Masamune was the name of a famous warrior who hailed from Miyagi.

 

Shiroishi U-Men Noodles

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These noodles, with a robust and elastic texture, are supposed to be eaten warm, but are equally tasty when consumed cold. They can be prepared in a variety of ways, for example, with a simple Japanese soy-sauce based dipping sauce, or with a Chinese style stir-fry or spring rolls cooked with vegetables.

 

Miso Bread

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This bread features the slightly sweet flavoring of a flour and miso collaboration. Ideal as a snack at teatime.

 

Sendai Miso

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This relatively light tasting miso paste has an individual character originating from soybeans infused with subtle, sweet rice koji. Koji is a fermenting agent used to make miso.

 

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Shiroishi U-Men Noodles

These noodles, with a robust and elastic texture, are supposed to be eaten warm, but are equally tasty when consumed cold. They can be prepared in a variety of ways, for example, with a simple Japanese soy-sauce based dipping sauce, or with a Chinese style stir-fry or spring rolls cooked with vegetables.

 

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Miso Bread

This bread features the slightly sweet flavoring of a flour and miso collaboration. Ideal as a snack at teatime.

 

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Sendai Miso

This relatively light tasting miso paste has an individual character originating from soybeans infused with subtle, sweet rice koji. Koji is a fermenting agent used to make miso.