Condiments & Ingredients

Condiments & Ingredients

  • NORITAMA FURIKAKE -- Egg & Seaweed
    With the many many varieties of Furikake (dried food condiment sprinkled over rice -- 'furikakeru' literally means to 'sprinkle' in cooking terms), how could you ever get bored of eating rice? Take this traditional Noritama furikake: Nori (seaweed) plus Tama (tamago means egg) = tasty nutrition! Highly recommended for gaijin who aren't sure if they like this delicious taste from Japan, since it's just dried nori and scrambled egg. Furikake adds fun to plain rice or adventure to your next Japanese fusion cooking creation. Why be just healthy when you can be healthy and traditional? Jun highly recommends this tasty treat from Japan. Goes great with bento lunches, too! [Ingredients] Sesame, eggs, sugar, flour, lactose, salt, soybean processed products, seaweed, bean jam, mackerel Kezuribushi, margarine, palm oil, seaweed calcium, extract (chicken, bonito, seafood, yeast), chicken, starch, chicken fat , nonfat dry milk, soy sauce, powdered vegetable protein, green tea, sea lettuce, high-fructose corn syrup, egg yolk oil, yeast, mirin, rapeseed oil, butter, soybean oil, seasoning (amino acids), carotenoid pigments, antioxidants (vitamin E )
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    $1.80
  • Bull-Dog Sauce
    In Japan, there are many delicious things. One thing foreigners positively fall in love with is Japanese "sauce" (that's what it's called, just "sauce" in English, although the official name is tonkatsu sauce). A kind of thick, brown sauce that goes with a broad range of delicious food, we recommend sauce with fried food (croquettes, fried and breaded shrimp), eggs, yakisoba, takoyaki or okonomiyaki, and more. Peter loves to eat Japanese karaage (fried chicken) on rice, with lots of sauce on top, so that the sauce flows down over the chicken and into the rice. This is a handy bottle of 170ml of sauce for you, for many delicious servings! Made by the Bulldog Sauce Company, founded in 1926. This sauce is the unofficial official condiment of the "There's No Way my Younger Sister Could Be This Cute" (Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai, aka Oreimo). [Ingredients] Tomato, prune, lemon, carrot, onion, vinegar, starch (rice), protein hydrolyzate (soy), contains the yeast extract.
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    $2.75
  • Takoyaki Making Mix Powder
    Takoyaki is one of the most popular snack foods in Japan, famous especially in the Osaka area. It's basically a ball of batter with a piece of "tako" inside, i.e. octopus meat. To make 40 takoyaki balls, combine 200 g of the takoyaki powder, 600 mL of water, one egg, and 60-80 grams of octopus meat. Mix together well. Put oil in the preheated takoyaki shaped pan, add liquid mix, one piece of octopus, and additional items (cabbage, etc) to taste. Cook while turning over repeatedly with a spiked tool as the balls become round and cooked. Paint with sauce, mayonnaise etc.
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    $2.50
  • Otonano Furikake -- Wasabi Flavor
    With the many varieties of Furikake (food condiment sprinkled over rice -- 'furikakeru' means to 'sprinkle' in Japanese cooking terms), how could you ever get bored of eating rice? Here's a furikake flavor by Nagatanien: Wasabi flavor. A tasty addition to your next gohan (rice or meal) sit-down. Why just eat something healthy when you can eat something healthy, traditional, and delicious? Goes great with bento lunches, too! Allergy Information: This product contains milk, wheat, salmon, soybeans, shrimp, and crab. [Ingredients] Salmon flakes (red salmon, salmon, salt, starch, vegetable oils, rice flour, salmon extract, lactose, defatted soybeans, sugar, yeast extract), seasoning granules (lactose, salt, salmon powder, sugar, salmon extract, yeast extract) , Flakes (wheat flour, starch, salt, sugar, vegetable oil) / seasoning (amino acid etc.), carotenoid pigment, red mold pigment, antioxidant (vitamin E), citric acid
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    $2.50
  • Otonano Furikake -- Wasabi Flavor
    Furikake is the category of spices that are perfect on top of rice, and this is a major category in Japan. Here we have wasabi flavored spice. Traditionally it was common to eat rice with a raw fish on top, but we highly recommend using this furikake instead. You gain the same traditional flavor experience without the risk of potential health problems. One pack comes in 5 packets.
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    $2.50
  • Kara-Mucho Furikake
    With the many varieties of Furikake (food condiment sprinkled over rice -- 'furikakeru' means to 'sprinkle' in Japanese cooking terms), how could you ever get bored of eating rice? Here's a furikake flavor by Nichifuri in collaboration with potato chip maker Koikeya of one of Japan's popular tastes: Karamucho Potato Chips in Hot Chili flavor. A tasty addition to your next gohan (rice or meal) sit-down. Why just eat something healthy when you can eat something healthy, traditional, and delicious? Goes great with bento lunches, too! Allergy Information: This product may contain trace elements of milk, wheat, sesame and soybeans, and was also produced at a factory that also processes eggs, shrimp, and crab.
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    $2.00
  • TARAKO Furikake
    With the many many varieties of Furikake (food condiment sprinkled over rice -- 'furikakeru' means to 'sprinkle' in Japanese cooking terms), how could you ever get bored of eating rice? Here's a furikake flavor of one of the mosts popular tastes in Japan: Tarako (Cod Roe) makes its appearance in many Japanese dishes, and even on pizza and pasta. This Tarako furikake is healthy but it's even more fun to eat because it's pink! This is a blend of sesame, seaweed, and of course tarako (and other yummy ingredients). A tasty addition to your next gohan (rice or meal) sit-down. Why just eat something healthy when you can eat something healthy, traditional, and cute? Goes great with bento lunches, too! [Ingredients] Cod roe, lactose, salt, wheat flour, sesame seeds, sugar, bean jam, palm oil, mackerel Kezuribushi, extract (seafood, bonito, yeast), seaweed, soy sauce, starch, eggs, dextrin, flavor oil, seaweed calcium, reduced starch syrup, rapeseed oil, margarine, soybean oil, soybean processed goods, high-fructose corn syrup, yeast, nonfat dry milk, syrup, mirin, butter, seasoning (such as amino acids), coloring (red yeast, carotenoids), expansion agents, antioxidants (vitamin E , rosemary extract), (seafood extract some of fish and shellfish)
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    $2.00
  • Yukari Furikake -- Beefsteak Plant & Basil
    With the many varieties of Furikake (food condiment sprinkled over rice -- 'furikakeru' means to 'sprinkle' in Japanese cooking terms), how could you ever get bored of eating rice? Here's a furikake flavor of one of the more popular tastes in Japan: Yukari (Beefsteak Plant and Basil) makes its appearance in many Japanese dishes. This Yukari furikake is healthy and adds that extra zing when sprinkled on top of your rice or pasta. A tasty addition to your next gohan (rice or meal) sit-down. Goes great with bento lunches, too! Great for fans of Japanese dekoben (decoben) culture.
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    $1.80