Ingredients £8.50

Kyoto Ra-Yu Furikake


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Product description

Shichi­mi Tog­a­rashi” is a Japan­ese pep­per scent that was born in Yakuken­bori in Tokyo in the ear­ly Edo peri­od and was intro­duced to Kyoto and spread from the front of Kiy­omizu-dera, the birth­place of Kyoto Shichimi”.

Import­ed direct from Ochanoko-Sai­sai, Nishi­ki Mar­ket in Kyoto, this Ra-Yu (spicy oil) based furikake, made with Kyoto-grown Kujo green onions, is one of my favourite ingre­di­ents. Uma­mi, sweet, spicy and crunchy, the furikake is crammed with roast­ed sesame and green onions.

Deli­cious as a rice sea­son­ing — I also love it on eggs!


Made in Japan

Ingredients & allergens

Ingre­di­ents: sesame, red pep­per, gar­lic, salt, veg­etable oil, sug­ar, Kujo onion, soy sauce, starch, sea­son­ing (amino acid etc.), caramel col­or, sweet­en­er (licorice), eggshell cal­ci­um; (con­tains wheat, soy)

About Ochanoko-Saisai Nishiki

Nishi­ki Mar­ket has sup­port­ed Kyoto’s food cul­ture for more than 400 years since it pros­pered as a fish mar­ket in the Edo peri­od. The arcade shop­ping street, which is 360 meters east to west, is crowd­ed with more than 120 shops sell­ing items that are indis­pens­able for local din­ing tables and is crowd­ed with shop­pers. While there are many spe­cial­ty stores with a wide selec­tion of prod­ucts, Ochanoko-Sai­sai Nishi­ki, which is a Shichi­mi store, also plays a role in the vibran­cy of the mar­ket. We are increas­ing the num­ber of cus­tomers who are famil­iar with our faces through friend­ly cus­tomer ser­vice and Shichi­mi food stalls.

They use raw mate­ri­als such as Habanero pep­per from Kyushu and Asaku­ra San­sho from Wakaya­ma pre­fec­ture, which are deliv­ered from con­tract farm­ers all over the coun­try, and our own fac­to­ry is par­tic­u­lar about the man­u­fac­tur­ing method that makes the best use of the flavor.