Málà, meaning numbing and spicy, is a seasoning that represents Sichuanese cuisine — such as mapo tofu and dandan noodles. This spicy seasoning has a Kyoto-Chinese twist, that makes use of double sansho and Hontaka chili peppers.
“Asakura Sansho” from Wakayama prefecture with a scent of tingling and fruity. Sichuan pepper (Hua Jiao), which boasts a sharp and intense spiciness. “Kyoto no Aka Ichimi” is made from only domestically produced Hawk chili peppers, which have a mild tingling and spiciness.
Product of Japan
Onions, ginger, rapeseed oil, gochujang, soy sauce, sesame oil, cashew nuts, garlic, pepper, sugar, dried pepper, salt, fish sauce, Japanese pepper, Japanese pepper, sesame, octagon, cinnamon / seasoning (amino acids, etc.), antioxidants (vitamins) E), (include wheat, soy, sesame and nuts)
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.