Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Furikake is Now in our Shop!

"Furikake" means "sprinkle on", and it turns rice into a delicious treat! 
Most of these furikake are "Mazekomi" ("mix-in") and are designed especially for mixing into rice for delicious and easy onigiri, or the rice for your bento lunchbox.  
Makoto has this in his bento rice every day.

(UPDATE:  Sorry!   I'm not selling these anymore...)

1)  Pickled Ume-plum and Salt with Black Sesame and Kamaboko (fish cake) Flowers:

2) Black sesame and salt:

3)  Colourful Vegetable and Wakame Mix-In:

4) Colourful Sea-vegetable and Wakame Mix-In:

5)  Vegetable and Wakame Mix-In

I'm still in the process of checking the ingredients, this is not final, I'll check with my husband tonight to see if it's right and may add and make changes to the ingredients listings.
Sesame seeds, salt, kamaboko(Japanese fish cake), ume (Japanese plum), MSG, emulsifier, flavour.



Colourful Vegetable and Wakame Mix-in: 
Wakame (seaweed), Daikon leaf (giant white radish), sesame seeds, salt, carrot, pumpkin, sugar, red capsicum, lactose, spinach, glucose, shiso leaf, soy sauce, palm oil, MSG, Vitamin E, Carotinoid Colour.
(may contain traces of wheat)

Sea-vegetable and Wakame Mix-in: 
Wakame (seaweed), sesame seeds, salt, red algae, lactose, soy sauce, sugar, hijiki, kelp, soy product, calcium, palm oil, fish extract, aosa (sea lettuce), green tea, MSG, caramel colour, Vitamin E
(may contain traces of wheat)

Daikon leaf, wakame, salt, sesame seeds, sugar, palm oil, MSG

9 comments:

  1. I've never tasted furikake, but since I've discovered it with anpanman (!) I've wanted to give it a try. You're making my dream come true <3

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  2. Are these still only available to Australia? I would really love to buy some since I've just started making bento boxes!

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  3. I suppose I should have added in my before post that I live in the US. If they're still not available for the US, are there any other places to buy ingredients like this that you could suggest? :3

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    1. Hi, Yes, sorry I'm only sending these food items to Australia. And I'm sorry but I don't know about where to get Japanese ingredients except for where I lived in Australia. Good luck! There's a fantastic Japanese cooking blog www.justonecookbook.com by a Japanese-born lady living in San Francisco, that might help.

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  4. I live in the US... California. Here we have Japanese supermarkets scattered every where and I am lucky to have one in my town. I dont know whre you live but online is the next best thing. I have ordered some items from online companies and there is a few I have had good experiences with. Ive list the ones Im secure with first.

    webichi.com
    marukaiestore.com
    jlist.com

    There is one website I have had my eye on and have not ordered from yet since most items are expensive.
    bentoandco.com




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  5. AH!... I just realized that I should have gotten Shinobu's approval before sending this kind of comment. If I am out of line for these references Shinobu, I apologize.

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  6. excuse me, i live in Vietnam, i would like to buy these products, please let me know where is it?

    Thanks so much.

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  7. What's the name of your shop i want two of the furikake you posted

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    1. Hello, I'm so sorry, I don't sell furikake or any food items anymore. I think someone posted a comment earlier with a few recommended online shops selling furikake. Good luck!

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