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Food items are only available to Australia and other countries where customs allows them.  Please check your country's customs regulations before placing your order.

Furikake Five varieties all $2.50 each

Aonori (Seaweed Flakes for Okonomiyaki etc) $2.50




What else should I stock here?
eg: would you like some: 

Ra-yu?  $2.90
Shichimi?  $2.50
Curry block (10serves 200g) $4.90

10 comments:

  1. Yes, I would LOVE some furikake! Please get some for me to buy!!

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  2. I would also like furikake! Can't wait to place an order! I Love the shop

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  3. Hi Shinobu
    Can you get some furikake please please... I even have a list for you!
    Sukiyaki Beef and Egg, Noritama - Egg and Seaweed, Tarako - Cod Roe,
    Salmon, Egg & Bonito Fish Flake, Fried Riced Mix - Chinese BBQ stle. I live in Australia and cant get anything here! Love your recipes and shop thank you

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    1. Hi Deb!♡ Thanks for your order, I sent it today!
      I'm sorry but I won't be able to send furikake containing egg or meat due to Australian Quarantine. I will try sending vegetable/seaweed/shiso/goma types of furikake to Julia and see how that goes before I put any furikake in the shop. Also, the Fried Rice mixes all seem to have egg in them too. Sorry ><;

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    2. Hi Shinobu, Thank you for letting me know and our Australian Quarantine can be very stict... but .. never mind I cant wait to get my order and thank you again for the really lovely customer service!! We are trying some of your recipes this weekend

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  4. Hi Shinobu, Are both the Ra-yu and Shichimi very "chilli" hot and spicy? I am able to get curry blocks (I use the mild one) they are delicious. Someone told me Ra-yu and Shichimi are quite hot, is this correct please? I have read different things about them. Thank you.

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    1. Hi Deb☆ Ra-yu and Shichimi are the most commonly used forms of chilli in Japan. If you were to eat a teaspoonful of straight shichimi, yes, I'd say you would find it quite hot! However both shichimi and ra-yu are usually used in small quantities as an extra condiment, so in normal use, they are not very hot. Shichimi is ground chilli mixed with sesame seeds and other things, so it's not as hot as straight dried or fresh chilli. Often sprinkled on gyudon, katsudon or other rice-bowl dishes. Ra-yu is sesame oil infused with chilli and is used for gyouza dipping sauce and as an optional condiment for ramen.

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  5. Hi Shinobu,

    Stumble into this great site. Just wondering if you could list the full ingredients fornd in furikake, katsubushi and aonori in english since I have got some dietary restrictions and just want to double check they dont contain some of the restricted ingredients.

    Also is it possible to post some konnyaku to australia since I have not come across them here.

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    1. Thanks for your question^_^ Katsuobushi and aonori are single ingredient items - Katsuobushi is Bonito fish and Aonori is seaweed. Furikake is a little more complicated, so I'll see if I can list the ingredients of each variety on the furikake page.

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