Enoki Mushrooms in Savory Umami Sauce, Rice Topping by Kuze Fuku, 8.4

Enoki Mushrooms in Savory Umami Sauce, Rice Topping by Kuze Fuku, 8.4 oz (240 g)

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SKU: JP-1051

Enoki Mushrooms in Savory Umami Sauce will add a delicious taste of Japan to your dishes. Enoki Mushrooms, well-known for their crunchy texture and delicious flavor, were simmered in soy sauce to make this all-purpose rice topping.

The secret to crafting a good sauce is creating a tasteful but striking combination of condiments, spices, and ingredients. In the front of inventing unique and unforgettable new flavors, as the soft-drink and confectionery industries have demonstrated, Japan is a force to be reckoned with. Japan can offer a broad range of inventive flavors thanks to its vast array of seasonings and spices. Think about materials used daily in Japanese cuisine: soy sauce, rice vinegar, miso, wasabi, yuzu pepper, chili oil, etc. These quality ingredients and their delectable combination are what make Japanese cuisine so well-renowned across the world. Japan's fierce competition in the sauce industry produces some spectacular and one-of-a-kind goods that find their way to the American market. You can explore mushrooms from around the world in our curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Kuze Fuku & Sons has a long history stretching back to the 1970s in Nagano, Japan. With a passion for fresh produce, Mr. Kuze sold homemade fruit jams at his ski lodge in Nagano. To carry on Mr. Kuze's legacy, his sons founded Kuze Fuku & Sons to bring that attitude of producing specialty traditional and modern Japanese drinks and food to the United States. Based in Oregon, Kuze Fuku & Sons is conveniently close to fresh raw materials, guaranteeing that every product is made from fresh farm fruit and vegetables, as Mr. Kuze intended. You can discover other Japanese brands in our online Japanese grocery store at Yummy Bazaar.

This delightful rice topping will make an unforgettable addition to your rice, pizza, veggie stir-fry, roasted meat, and anything else you desire!


  • Ingredients: Enoki Mushrooms, Gluten-free Soy Sauce (soybeans, salt, alcohol), Water, Beet Sugar (sugar beet root), Mirin (sticky rice, malted rice, brewed alcohol, sugar), Salt, Yeast Extract (dextrin), Lactic Acid (sodium lactate), Citric Acid, Gluconic acid (corn syrup), Dried Bonito Powder, Agar, Kombu Kelp Powder (salt), Yeast Extract, Vitamin C, Shiitake Mushroom Powder. Contains: Soybeans, Fish (Bonito).
  • Product Weight: 8.4 oz (240 g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Enoki Mushrooms in Savory Umami Sauce will add a delicious taste of Japan to your dishes. Enoki Mushrooms, well-known for their crunchy texture and delicious flavor, were simmered in soy sauce to make this all-purpose rice topping.

The secret to crafting a good sauce is creating a tasteful but striking combination of condiments, spices, and ingredients. In the front of inventing unique and unforgettable new flavors, as the soft-drink and confectionery industries have demonstrated, Japan is a force to be reckoned with. Japan can offer a broad range of inventive flavors thanks to its vast array of seasonings and spices. Think about materials used daily in Japanese cuisine: soy sauce, rice vinegar, miso, wasabi, yuzu pepper, chili oil, etc. These quality ingredients and their delectable combination are what make Japanese cuisine so well-renowned across the world. Japan's fierce competition in the sauce industry produces some spectacular and one-of-a-kind goods that find their way to the American market. You can explore mushrooms from around the world in our curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Kuze Fuku & Sons has a long history stretching back to the 1970s in Nagano, Japan. With a passion for fresh produce, Mr. Kuze sold homemade fruit jams at his ski lodge in Nagano. To carry on Mr. Kuze's legacy, his sons founded Kuze Fuku & Sons to bring that attitude of producing specialty traditional and modern Japanese drinks and food to the United States. Based in Oregon, Kuze Fuku & Sons is conveniently close to fresh raw materials, guaranteeing that every product is made from fresh farm fruit and vegetables, as Mr. Kuze intended. You can discover other Japanese brands in our online Japanese grocery store at Yummy Bazaar.

This delightful rice topping will make an unforgettable addition to your rice, pizza, veggie stir-fry, roasted meat, and anything else you desire!


  • Ingredients: Enoki Mushrooms, Gluten-free Soy Sauce (soybeans, salt, alcohol), Water, Beet Sugar (sugar beet root), Mirin (sticky rice, malted rice, brewed alcohol, sugar), Salt, Yeast Extract (dextrin), Lactic Acid (sodium lactate), Citric Acid, Gluconic acid (corn syrup), Dried Bonito Powder, Agar, Kombu Kelp Powder (salt), Yeast Extract, Vitamin C, Shiitake Mushroom Powder. Contains: Soybeans, Fish (Bonito).
  • Product Weight: 8.4 oz (240 g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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