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Sourced and prepared using fresh salmon caught in Hokkaido. We choose younger salmon which have softer roe. When we marinate the roe with original roasted soy sauce, the sauce is absorbed more easily for softer skin when consumed.
The season for sardines is generally said to be from summer to autumn, but as the haiku word "spring sardines" implies, early spring is the peak fishing season on the Sea of Japan side. We will deliver sardines fried in Hokuriku.
Whole or Filleted This fish is available whole or filleted. Whole fish may weigh slightly less than listed with the innards removed. Filleted fish weights are nett flesh yields with the head, bones and innards removed.
Cooking: Sashimi, Grill, Fry
Weight: Each piece is approx. 100g before processing
From Kesennuma port, a famous base for tuna ships, one of Japan's leading landings for handling raw Big eye tuna, accounting for an annual handling value of 50 billion yen. A whole tuna is purchased, then cut for each order.
From the Kesennuma port, a famous base for tuna ships, one of Japan's leading landings for handling raw Big eye tuna, accounting for an annual handling value of 50 billion yen. A whole tuna is purchased, then cut for each order.
[La France Jelly] A two-layer dessert made by layering jelly with "La France" from Yamagata prefecture decorated like petals and jelly with crushed pulp. 【ラ・フランスゼリー】 山形県産の「ラ・フランス」を花びらのように飾ったゼリーと、果肉をクラッシュしたゼリーを重ねた二層デザートです。
This handmade shiso pesto sauce is derived from the highly nutritious Japanese shiso herb, made into a versatile liquid sauce that is a perfect complement to pasta, carpaccio, fish, chicken, pizza, salad, dipping bread, and even soup.
Directions Refrigerate after opening, remove from fridge and let sit 5 minutes before using to allow the oil to liquify
Ingredients Spanish olive oil, Japanese green shiso, garlic, sea salt, peppers