Japanese traditional food "Katsuobushi" (dried bonito), which is said to be the hardest food in the world. A toolbox for shaving Katsuobushi that integrates everything from blade adjustment to cleaning. All in One Beautifully stored in a humidity-controlling paulownia wood box. It has a luxurious feel. The ultimate feast "Katsuobushi-Meshi" Just shave and sprinkle over freshly cooked rice. With green onions, wasabi and soy sauce. "Seconds, please!"
A venerable dashi specialty shop in Ishioka City dedicated to katsuo-bushi (dried bonito flakes ) for over 80 years. All processes are done in-house, from sourcing of raw materials, shaving and other manufacturing to sales. We provide high quality katsuo-bushi to specialty soba restaurants and restaurants focused on traditional Japanese cuisine. At the same time, we strive to heighten awareness of the excellence of dashi through various events and lectures on food culture.