Made by 135-year-old Sansho Producer
Budo Sansho Powder by Yamamoto KatsunosukeTO-34
Founded over 135 years ago in Wakayama Prefecture, Yamamoto Katsunosuke works with local farms to produce his superb sansho that is amazingly fragrant while wonderfully cooling and numbing on the tongue. One of the oldest spices in human history, sansho is often called Japanese pepper, or prickly ash.
This particular sansho is produced from the highly-prized Budo variety. It has a very distinct citrus/floral nose and pairs well with egg dishes, grilled meats and seafood. In Japan, sansho is a typical condiment for yakitori (grilled skewered chicken), oyako-don (chicken and egg over rice), and grilled unagi (eel).
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- Net weight: 0.35 oz. | 10 g
- Product weight: 0.6 oz | 17 g
- Ingredients: Japanese pepper (sansho)
- Producer: Yamamoto Katsunosuke Syoten
- Origin: Wakayama, Japan
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