Japanese pepper and kelp
Perfect chewy kelp from Hokkaido matches with sansho japanese pepper! The strong flavor of soy sauce and the spiciness of sansho goes well with the rice. Addictive sansho spicy aftertaste.
【Kurama Tsuji】cooks tsukudani at a village surrounded by nature, known as a treasure trove of mountain vegetables since ancient times. They value handmade heart that has been passed down from generation to generation and follows traditional cooking methods.
*Tsukudani: Japanese preservable food that has been simmered in sweet and savory soy sauce. Seafood/fish, shellfish, meat, seaweed, or vegetable are commonly used as the main ingredient.
As thank you gift and souvenirs!! Umami and the delicious flavor in a vacuum pack. It will come with bamboo sheath wrapping.
At Kurama where people could not leave houses because of snow every year, sansho (Japanese pepper) seasoned dishes have been long eaten as a preserved food at home. Fukishigure, Kinomedaki, and Sanshokobu are the sansho dishes and the traditional taste from a long time ago.
Satisfying taste throughout the four seasons
Address: 447 Kuramahonmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
■Sansho Konbu【Kurama Tsujii】 [Volume] 83g [Ingredients] Kelp (Japan), sansho japanese pepper(Japan), soy sauce, sugar, vinegar mirin / seasoning amino acids, etc. (partially contain wheat and soybeans) [Preservation method] Please avoid direct light, high temperature and humidity. Store at room temperature. [Best before] Listed on the package [Country of origin] Japan [Vender] Kurama Tsujii 448 Kuramahonmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan