Premium Koshihikari Rice
Premium Japanese Koshihikari Rice:
We are offering you one of Japan’s staple foods, Koshihikari rice. Koshihikari is a premium short-grain rice cultivar and is preferred by Japanese consumers because of its superior eating quality.
It is so loved as Koshihikari is known for its sticky and chewy texture. Our batch of Koshihikari originates from Ishikawa prefecture, Japan.
Sizes: 500g / 1kg / 10kg
TAKAHASHI Gluten Free Soy Sauce 500m
Soy sauce is a key ingredient in the Japanese kitchen, but generally a nightmare for anyone with a wheat or soy allergy. After elaborate testing, with ingredients like rice, sesame seeds and azuki beans, “sora mame” or “broad beans” were found to not only resemble the taste of general soy sauce, but to also be the most delicious one. Containing just sora mame and salt, the sauce allows a very wide range of people to enjoy a soy sauce flavor to their Japanese dishes!
TAKAHASHI Pickling Powder 10g x10
Combining traditional methods and generations old know-how, with new technology and a recognition for customers wanting to enjoy authentic food, in a fast-paced modern society, Takahashi Shoten created “1-hour Pickles” powder.
Cut up some vegetables and cover them with the 1-hour Pickles powder and be ready to enjoy delicious Japanese pickles in a small hour later! Being made just from spices, kelp seaweed and bacteria to stimulate the fermentation, the revolutionary product supports the company’s values to be as natural and allergen free as possible. It is a safe choice for a wide variety of diets, including vegetarian and vegan ones.
How to use:
- Cut up vegetables (e.g. cucumber, tomato, radish, carrot, etc.) and put them in a plastic bag.
- Cover them in the 1-Hour Pickles powder and shake.
- Wait for about an hour.
- Enjoy delicious, Japanese style pickles!
Having started the production of this pickles powder in 1977, Takahashi Shoten has not only perfected their recipe over time, but also gained a large number of loyal fans, swearing by the product to speed up an otherwise lengthy fermentation process, to experiment with creative dressings, and to finally have their children enjoy vegetables!