Luxurious Squid and Herring Roe Seafood Kimchi
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Kawasaki's famous kimchi, featured in Japanese TV and in the media.
The flavor of the seafood and the spiciness of the kimchi match each other perfectly, and is recommended to go with rice and alcohol.
Specialty of Matsumae pickles
It's a dish originated in Hokkaido, where it was eaten as a winter preservation food and has been loved all over Japan.
You can enjoy the flavours of seafood from kelp and squid. The crunchy texture of the whole herring roe, which is usually in pieces.
The more you chew it, the more delicious it tastes! Enjoy of deliciousness of squid, kelp, carrots, and other ingredients essential for Matsumae pickles to full set!
Unique formula to create a "Delicious and Rich" flavor
While Korean kimchi is sour and spicy, this kimchi has a harmonious balance of sweetness and spiciness.
This kimchi was developed over a long period of time to suit Japanese tastes by reducing the acidity which is characteristic of authentic Korean kimchi, and uniquely developed by adding fruits such as apples and peaches to the yangnyom (sweet sour sauce) which is the base of kimchi.
It is a unique formula to create a "delicious and rich" flavor with balanced sweet and spice.
It's well-received in Japan!
It's a Kawasaki's famous kimchi has been featured number of times on TV and in the media. It was the first kimchi to be recognized as one of the "100 best products of Kanagawa" and "Kawasaki's specialty".
In addition, they receive orders from all over Japan on Rakuten, one of the largest E-commerce platform in Japan. and they have even achieved the No. 1 ranking on Rakuten!
In fact, kimchi has become so commonplace in Japan that it is now sold in the pickles section of Japanese supermarkets almost as much as Japanese pickles.
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Exceptional commitments to Kimchi
Just as delicious food is made with carefully selected ingredients, so too is kimchi made with quality ingredients.
Every day, artisans head to Ota Fruits and Vegetable Wholesale Fresh Market to purchase ingredients of their kimchi, and change the place of production according to the season.
1. Using only selected Japanese-grown Chinese cabbage
From the beginning of winter to early spring, they use large, frosty yellow-colored Chinese cabbage from Ibaraki and Gunma prefectures.
A farmer in Sakuho, Nagano Prefecture, has been their supplier for the past several decades.
2. Specialty peppers
Chili peppers are the most decisive ingredient in making kimchi.
They select chili peppers that are firm and spicy with a hint of sweetness and a dark red color. The chili peppers are used in abundance, and dozens of ingredients such as garlic, salted squid, and fruits are exquisitely blended by the artisans.
3. Handmade daily by artisans
Carefully selected ingredients gathered at the Ohta market or directly from the production area are cut, salted, and pickled daily by their skilled artisans.
Of course, they implement sanitation control based on HACCP, so raw materials are independently inspected for temperature control and quality control from purchase to shipment.
Story of Otsukimono Kei
It's a kimchi specialty restaurant that began in 2003 in Kawasaki Korea Town. It was started by a fruit and vegetable store owner, and a former artisan at the popular Korea Town barbecue restaurant, Keihokuen.
They rented a store that had been vacant for more than 10 years in a residential area for 60,000 yen/month and started by clearing out the storeroom.
Regardless of location, if you make good food, people will come to buy it!
Vegetable professionals and artisan of Kawasaki Korea Town had passion and confidence.
However, when they first started, awareness was low and daily sales ranged from zero to several thousand yen....
The artisan had to work part-time as a vegetable delivery man to make ends meet. Still, he held on to the dream that he would be able to sell his products.
To achieve thei goal, he pursued "kimchi that can be served on the table every day" and a taste that is easy for everyone to enjoy.
Every day, they continued to make products through trial and error.
Little by little, they began to receive positive feedback from our customers.
Now they are able to sell more than they ever thought possible when they started.
Kawasaki City Collaboration
Kawasaki City is located in the northeastern part of Kanagawa Prefecture. Across the Tama River is Tokyo on the other side. The eastern part of the city borders Tokyo Bay. The Keihin Industrial Zone is lined with numerous factories along the coast, and when the factories are lit up at night, a fantastic night view emerges.
Since Kawasaki city is one of The 53 Stations of the Tokaido (Hiroshige Utagawa, 1832-1833), there are many historical sites such as Kawasaki Daishi Heikenji Temple for Shingon Buddhism and Inage Shrine with a 1,000 year-old tree.
Luxurious Squid and Herring Roe Seafood Kimchi
|Country of Origin
Pickled ingredients (radish, chili pepper, sugar, white peach, garlic, salt, apple, green onion, salted squid, chives), herring roe, squid, Matsumae pickles (konbu, carrot, soy sauce, rice fermentation seasoning, konbu extract, vinegar), octopus, seasoning (amino acid, etc.), acidifier, spice, polysaccharide thickener, sake spirit, (some ingredients: wheat, soybean, squid, apple, peach) apple, peach)
* Allergy Information: Contains wheat, soybeans, squid, apples, and peaches.
180 days from shipping date
|How to store
Frozen: -18°C or below
After thawing: Refrigerated at 5 or below
Within 10 days
|REGINAA PTE LTD
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