Powdered dried sardines “niboshi” soup stock. Suitable for a dipping sauce of somen cold noodle or simmered dishes, oden and donburi rice bowls etc. Made in Japan.
|Dimensions||9.5 x 17 x 0.5 cm|
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Powdered soup stock which has mellow flavour to make use of original ingredients by using kelp powder from Donan and Hidaka area. Suitable for clear soup and vinegar food. Made in Japan.
A Japanese soup stock in bottle made with Rishiri Konbu from Hokkaido noted for its excellent taste and quality. This delicious savoury combination of konbu kelp, bonito fish and dried sardines makes this soup stock a great ingredient for traditional soups, noodle dips and vegetable seasonings.
A Japanese soup stock in bottle made from bonito (fish), seaweed and mirin (sweet rice wine). It is a basic stock that can be added to not only noodle based dishes, but also teriyaki sauce, other marinades, dressings and dippings
Versatile bouillon made with 6 vegetables of onion, cabbage, potato, celery, wonbok and carrot! Gentle flavour with umami and sweetness from vegetables. Made in Japan.
Powdered soup stock which has rich and umami flavour by using dried young sardine “Iriko” from Nagasaki area. Suitable for miso soup and udon noodle soup. Made in Japan
Granule type of soup stock, which keeps tastiness of Shimaya’s powdered soup stock. Bonito’s high quality’s aroma and rich stock brings out the flavour. Light taste but mature bonito stock. Made in Japan.
This “Gold” dashi soup stock has been brushed up even more with richer aroma and flavour. Elegant light coloured liquid stock. Made in Japan.
Soup stock in bottle, made with kelp for a subtle, mellow flavor. This concentrated stock is versatile, delicious, and ideal for noodle soup, marinades, dressings and dipping sauces such as Soba, Udon, Teriyaki, and Tempura.
Smoked, dried and shaved bonito (hanakatsuo) flakes . It is used in many Japanese dishes including miso soup, broth and noodle bowls, simple tofu plates, natto (fermented soybeans), chahan (Japanese fried rice), okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake), and salads. Extremely rich in flavor, bonito flakes are also perfect as a simple topping on rice. When added to boiling water, bonito flakes make a superior fish stock or dashi.