Condiments & Ingredients

Condiments & Ingredients

  • 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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  • 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!
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    $2.00
  • Rilakkuma Portable FURIKAKE 20pcs
    Add some fun to your lunch or bento with the help of San-X's lovable bear, Rilakkuma. Introducing this wonderful Rilakkuma Portable Furikake (a kind of seasoning for rice) that you can carry anywhere and add some color and flavor to your plain boring rice. One pack contains 20 sachets of furikake with yummy flavors including egg, salmon, vegetable, and bonito. It also comes with a nifty Rilakkuma sticker. Wow!
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    $4.50
  • OMUSUBIYAMA Onigiri Flavor Mix   Dried Plum with Bonito
    If you're tired of eating bland plain rice, do what the Japanese do and add these onigiri flavor mixes by Mizkan to your rice. To use, simply mix together with cooked rice and shape into triangle onigiri shapes. The flavor mix is only 16 kcal and absolutely delicious. This is an Umeboshi (dried plum) flavor.
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  • Deco Bento Furikake 5 Colors  Salmon Flavor
    To some people, bento is just regular food that you consume and do away with after you're done. To others the way of the bento is an artform. This packet of furikake seasoning by Hagoroma offers you a variety of colors to help make your bento presentation shine. 5 different colors are packed in this seasoning package (purple, pink, green, yellow, and red). This is a salmon flavor.
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  • Chinese Fried Rice Furikake   Pork
    Many familiar forms of Chinese cooking are also closely associated with Japanese food, though knowing what dishes started out as Chinese and which as Japanese can be hard to tell sometimes. One dish that all Japanese love is Chinese style fried rice, and this is great onigiri rice balls mix that you can make easily! It's also true furikake so you can eat it over white rice too. To eat rice balls, just mix one tablespoon of this powdered mix with 160 grams of warm rice (about one large rice bowl worth) and mix well, then form rice balls to eat. To eat as furikake, just sprinkle over rice and eat as-is! Contains salt, pork beat, eggs, sugar, onion, and soy sauce.
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  • AONORI   Green Seaweed
    Aonori is a kind of seaweed condiment for cooking in Japan, used much like how basil is used in western dishes. This seaweed is perfect on top of rice, okonomiyaki, yakisoba, soba noodles, or just about anything really. Traditionally it was common to eat raw seaweed straight from the ocean with your rice, however today seaweed is cooked and sanitized for health, safety and taste. We highly recommend using this instead of fishing for fresh seaweed. Made in Japan.
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    $3.00
  • 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!
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  • SAKURA DENBU
    Sakura denbu is a sweet, fluffy pink flaked fish condiment often used in sushi, maki rolls and to give color to your bentos. This is an authentic sakura denbu from Japan, made with real minced Pacific cod. It's bright pink color is a great way to liven-up your bento or sushi, and tastes great too.
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  • Sour Plum Salt
    Give an amazing tangy flavor to anything with this sour plum flavored salt. A fun and delicious fine powder that is as beautiful as it is tasty, made from 100% natural plum and salt, no coloring added. Use it on tempura, steaks, onigiri (rice balls), or create your own original dish using sour plum salt. A great condiment from Japan that will soon be one of your new favorites. Keep refrigerated after opening.
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  • YAKITORI Sauce
    For those who love yakitori (Japanese grilled chicken), get this amazing yakitori sauce from Japan. Now you can make authentic yakitori at home by just adding 60g of this sauce to 300g of cooked chicken meat and vegetables, and then heating a bit. Quick and easy. You can also use the sauce on other dishes, explore new flavors with the sauce. Allergy information: This product contains traces of soy and wheat.
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  • Kewpie Mini Mayonnaise 130g
    Kewpie (Cupie) dolls have a long history, being a very popular doll in the early part of the twentieth century when Rose O'Neill created the baby-elf like characters in 1909, and still popular today, nearly 100 years later, even here in Japan. Not only are these dolls found on toy stores, but are often seen on the supermarket shelves all across Japan being the mascots for Kewpie Mayonnaise. This is a 130ml sized package of Kewpie Mayonnaise from Japan, which is used with everything from macaroni salads to dipping sauces for your French Fries (which they love to do in Japan). Comes in a soft plastic squeeze bottle so they're easy to dispose of once every drop is gone. As with all Kewpie Mayonnaise bottles, it states their slogan "Food for ages 0-100." Akane from Vividred Operation likes it too!
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  • Curry Spice Powder for Japanese Curry Rice
    Create authentic Japanese Curry Rice with this handy curry spice powder by S & B. Comes in a convenient and reusable can to keep your curry powder always fresh. Approximately 37g. Contains no meat powder or related meat products.Ingredients: 200g meat1 medium onion1 large potato1 small carrot1/2 medium onion finely chopped5 tablespoon of oil4 tablespoon of wheat flour1 cubed soup stock700ml water 2 tablespoon of curry powder.How to cook:1. Add 2 and a half tablespoon of oil into pot and stir fry the finely chopped onions until light brown.2. Then add the meat and vegetables and stir fry.3. Add water and cubed soup stock then boil.4. Add 2 and a half tablespoon of oil and wheat flour in frying pan, and stir fry until light brown then add curry powder and mix well.5. Add the curry mixture to the boiling meat and veggies, then add salt or sugar (optional).6. Serve with rice. This product contains no beef extract or other beef-derived products (which are banned in many countries).
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  • Coffee Jelly Mix
    Coffee Jello is one of refreshing desserts you'll commonly find in both family restaurants and convenience stores. For those who wish to indulge in this yummy treat, here's a box of coffee jelly mix that you can make on your own with some common ingredients you can pick up at your local grocery store. Simply add boiling water (1 cup), the included mix, place in serving cups and refrigerate for 2 hours or more. When you're done, you can add whip cream or your favorite topping and enjoy to your hearts content!
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  • 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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  • PURIN L / Homemade Pudding Mix with Caramel
    While not the Giga Pudding variety, this normal sized pudding mix still hits the spot when you're craving something sweet. This is a single pack of pudding mix, complete with caramel syrup powder (you have to mix in water for a minute) for you to make in your own home. To make, simply take one bag with 400 ml of milk and warm in a pot. When you're done mixing, pour into 4 cups (100 ml in each cup) and let it cool down for 1 hour. When you're done, you can pour the caramel syrup on top and you're ready for a joyfully jiggly treat. 1 packet per box. Contains gelatin, butter powder, sugar and soy.
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  • YUKARI FURIKAKE w/ Sour Plum
    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. This version ads a touch of ume, or dried sour plum, for extra impact.
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    $2.50
  • MIRUMEIKU -- Strawberry Flavor
    For those who hate the taste of plain old milk or just plain tired of it, here's a great new powder mix from Japan that's sure to make you want to drink milk. This is the Mirumeiku in strawberry flavor, a bag of awesomeness which comes with eight sachets where you can mix one sachet with around 150 ml of cold milk and enjoy a healthy and delicious strawberry-flavored milk drink. Fortified with Calcium and Vitamin C.
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    $1.50
  • TORORO KOMBU -- Japanese Kelp
    To really understand Japanese food, you have to align yourself with the sea. A man once said, "Japanese food is the constant taste of the sea." -- and it's true. From the very basic elements of Japanese cooking, including the ubiquitous ingredient dashi (soup stock made from either fish or konbu), the subtle and simple tastes of Japanese cooking are often created with oceanic ingredients. Konbu (seaweed) is a key ingredient in many levels of Japanese food. It's even popular as a tasty snack, and is widely known to be good for promoting healthy skin and hair. This is a special konbu package for use in all sorts of Japanese dish such as onigiri (rice balls) and udon noodles. Very versatile and can be used in many types of dishes. A great food item from Japan.
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  • Fried Rice Furikake Mix   Chinese-style Fried Shrimp
    Many familiar forms of Chinese cooking are also closely associated with Japanese food, and a favorite in every Japanese household is chaahan (fried rice). Easily add this delicious flavor to your onigiri rice or bento. As a furikake, you can also eat it over white rice too. Contains salt, shrimp, eggs, sugar, onion, and soy sauce.
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  • 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).
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  • Kyoto UJI Matcha Powder -- Authentic Tea
    With Kyoto Uji Matcha Powder, you can now enjoy the real taste of authentic green tea anytime you want. To make your authentic green tea, just put one teaspoon of matcha powder into pot and add 100cc of boiling water, stir well then serve. You can also do it the traditional way by putting one teaspoon of matcha powder into a yunomi or chawan (tea bowl) and add around 50cc of boiling water then stir it with a bamboo whisk for stirring matcha, to create the frothy and light texture. Goes great with lunch or snacks. Comes in a re-sealable pack. (teapg)
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  • Onigiri Flavor Mix   Aona (Radish Leaf)
    If you're tired of eating bland plain rice, do what the Japanese do and add these onigiri flavor mixes by Mizkan to your rice. To use, simply mix together with cooked rice and shape into triangle onigiri shapes. The flavor mix is only 19 kcal and absolutely delicious. This is the Aona (radish leaf) flavor.
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    $2.50
  • Bonito Flake -- KATSUOBUSHI
    Add a traditional favorite of the Japanese kitchen to yours, the must-have katsuo (bonito flakes). Used as a topping for delicious foods like okonomiyaki, neko manma, and tofu and even salad, katsuo fish flakes are a standard of Japanese cuisine. This set of six individual packs allow for worry free use. Each package is 2.5g of flakes, which is enough for use as a topping on tofu, okonomiyaki and more.
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  • NIBOSHIKKO -- DASHI Powder, Add to Your Japanese Food Increase the Flavor and Taste
    Niboshi is a type of Japanese dried infant sardines and is a popular base stock when making miso soup. This is a pack of authentic and delicious powdered niboshi that you can use to add authentic niboshi flavor to your miso soup. Just add one teaspoon of powdered niboshi to your miso bowl then add your miso soup to enjoy the taste of niboshi and shiitake mushrooms. A great item from Japan. Allergy information: The infant sardines used in this powder eat shrimp and crab.
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  • SHIRATAMA
    Shiratama is a traditional Japanese snack made from rice flour in dango (dumpling) shape, and is often served with tsubuan (sweet red bean paste) called shiratama shiruko. It's similar to a mochi but it's less chewy or stretchy with a mild taste and subtle sweetness. This is a pair of shiratama sticks that you can use to make shiratama shiruko or other desserts like ice cream, fruits shiratama and shiratama isobemaki. To make these delicious snacks, simply peel off the film covering the shiratama stick, then cut it to bite sized pieces and put in boiling water until soft. Cool them down with ice and water, remove excess water, and then add the tsubuan or fruits, or whatever ingredients you like. One pack contains 2 sticks. A healthy and delicious traditional snack from Japan.
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  • AJIPON Sauce (PONZU) 
    Add some flavor to your dishes with this tasty Ponzu Sauce! This non-oil based sauce has a tangy and refreshing flavor perfect for a lot of dishes such as salads, steamed dumplings, pasta, grilled fish, and more. Comes in an easy to use bottle. A great and healthy companion to any bento.
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  • Miso Soup Assort 12pcs -- Awase Miso
    Miso Soup is good for the soul, and also for the body in many ways, being used by the Japanese to reduce blood pressure and help fight various diseases including diabetes. This is a set of 12 servings of miso soup in "nama type" (fresh miso inside a secure packet, as opposed to dehydrated). To make, just empty the contents of one packet into a small bowl and add boiling water. This great set of miso soup gives you 4 types of soup: tofu miso soup, spring onion miso soup, seaweed miso soup and fried tofu miso soup.
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  • SAKURA Sugar
    This is a wonderful item to enjoy spring: a bottle of normal table sugar that's infused with the soul of spring itself, in the form of dried sakura (cherry blossoms) which add flavoring and fragrance to the sugar. Sprinkle over toast, put it in plain yogurt, or flavor tea with it. Such a fun new way to enjoy springtime in Japan!
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  • Adult Furikake Pack -- Part 2 (20pcs)
    For the matured adult palate, we recommend this new fun pack of 5 different furikake flavors, for your bento or bowl of rice. In Japan, when you want a quick light meal, furikake is what you turn to. It's a perfected blend of seasonings to give plain rice a delicious new boost of taste. The origin of the word comes from the Japanese furikakeru, which means 'to sprinkle' in cooking terms. In this pack you'll get the flavors of egg with seaweed, fish flakes with mirin, mentaiko fish roe, sour plum, and salmon with greens. With so many varieties and a total of 20 packs (5 flavors x 4 packs each), how could you ever get bored? Goes great with bento lunches, too!
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  • Miso Soup Assort 12pcs -- AKA-DASHI CHUKYOU Bean Miso
    Miso Soup is good for the soul, and also for the body in many ways, being used by the Japanese to reduce blood pressure and help fight various diseases including diabetes. This is a set of 12 servings of aka-dashi miso soup (red miso soup produced in Japan's east coast area which has a darker color and richer flavor compared to regular "white" miso soup) in "nama type" (fresh miso inside a secure packet, as opposed to dehydrated). To make, just empty the contents of one packet into a small bowl and add boiling water. This great set of miso soup gives you 4 types of soup: tofu miso soup, spring onion miso soup, seaweed miso soup and fried tofu miso soup.
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    $3.50
  • SAKURA Table Salt
    Give an amazing new kick of Japanese flavor to anything with this sakura (cherry blossom) flavored salt. A fun and delicious pink and white mix that is as beautiful as it is tasty, with a delightful hint of sweet/sour cherry. Use it on chicken to create salt baked cherry-chick, or create your own homemade salad dressing by mixing it with a little oil and vinegar. A great condiment from Japan that will soon be one of your new favorites.
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  • OMUSUBIYAMA Seaweed & Salmon  Colorful Flavor ONIGIRI Mix
    Onigiri, or rice 'balls' (which are also made in other shapes), are a staple food item that can be found virtually everywhere you can buy food in Japan. You can use the flavor mix for making your own delicious onigiri. Just add 9‾10 grams to about 320 grams of cooked rice and roll or press into shape. A fun way to add some color and flavor to plain rice. This package contains 33 gram of seaweed and salmon flavored onigiri mix. Onigiri are also known as "omusubi" in Japanese. Great for bento!
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  • KARAMUCHO Chips Flavor Furikake -- Hot Chili
    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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  • Kewpie Mayonnaise 450g For Mayonnaise Lover
    Kewpie (Cupie) dolls have a long history, being a very popular doll in the early part of the twentieth century when Rose O'Neill created the baby-elf like characters in 1909, and still popular today, nearly 100 years later, even here in Japan. Not only are these dolls found on toy stores, but are often seen on the supermarket shelves all across Japan being the mascots for Kewpie Mayonnaise. This is a large 450g sized package of Kewpie Mayonnaise from Japan, which is used with everything from macaroni salads to dipping sauces for your French Fries (which they love to do in Japan). Comes in a soft plastic squeeze bottle so they're easy to dispose of once every drop is gone. As with all Kewpie Mayonnaise bottles, it states their slogan "Food for ages 0-100." Akane from Vividred Operation likes it too!
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    $3.50
  • Non Egg Mayonnaise (MAYODORE from NISSHIN OiliO)
    Nisshin OiliO presents a healthier alternative to regular mayonnaise. This is a mayonnaise that doesn't use any egg but still tastes just as good as regular mayonnaise. Use in sandwiches, okonomiyaki, or salads, cholesterol free and low in calories. Great for health conscious individuals who want an alternative to regular mayonnaise. Allergy information: Although this product does not use eggs, it's still produced in a facility that also processes regular mayonnaise. This product is not guaranteed to prevent allergic reactions.
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    $3.85