Sample Price $1.84 +Shipping
* This is a sample product and may differ from the regular product and price.
[Sample weight] 1.2 g
[Available season] Year-Round
- Products information
|Target buyer||Retail & Wholesale|
|Package for wholesale|
|Category||Seasoning & Spices / Condiments & spices|
|Perfecture of origin||Shizuoka|
|Best before date||365 days|
|Storage temperature range||Store in a well-ventilated place not exposed to direct sunlight|
Reference price in Japan $183.67
|Unit / CTN|
|Net weight / CTN|
|Gross weight / CTN|
|CTN size||W 36.0cm / H 27.0cm / D 19.0cm|
|Minimum Order Quantity(CTN)|
[Producer / Wholesaler] PRODUCTORING CO., LTD.
- Content: 0.2g x 6 pieces It is cultivated without using any pesticides and chemical fertilizers. It is characterized by its fruity fragrance that is similar to that of yuzu citrus. The variety is budo sansho. Budo sansho or Japanese prickly ash is a unique variety in Japan that is also called the best out of all the Japanese prickly ashes. Like grapes that bear fruit in a bunch, its grains are large, aromatic and flavorful. It comes in a single-use 0.2g stick.
- Use scene
- It is a seasoning that can be used for adding sharp flavor, as flavoring agent, and for coloring. Japanese prickly ash is characterized by its electrical stimulation that is "tingling". That stimulation is particularly strong and spicy in Japanese prickly ash, but that goes well with the sweetness. It is often used for food boiled in soy sauce, stewed fish, and traditional Japanese kaiseki dishes. It is also used for eel broiled in soy sauce and miso soup. It goes well with ice cream and chocolate, too.
- Available for business
- It does not only come in stick sizes for retail, as it can also be sold in large packages for business.