Ezo Abalone

Ezo Abalone

Ezo Abalone Ocean Resources of Iwate   Iwate prefecture faces the Pacific Ocean and the region is known for their variety of delicious seafood, mineral rich seaweed, and plentiful shellfish. This part of the ocean is a fertile fishing ground due to the warm ocean...
Iwate-Gyu : Authentic Fullblood Wagyu

Iwate-Gyu : Authentic Fullblood Wagyu

Iwate-Gyu : Authentic Fullblood Wagyu Iwate-Gyu is an 11-time award-winning fullblood wagyu raised in the Japanese prefecture of Iwate. This region in the northern part of Japan is known for its fertile farmland, producing a variety of fruits, vegetables and rice....
Iwate – Japanese Sake

Iwate – Japanese Sake

Iwate – Japanese Sake The History of Sake   Just as cultures throughout history have distilled alcohols from their regions’ most important grains, so have the Japanese developed their prestigious rice wine, sake. The tradition of brewing sake can be traced back...

Japanese Sugar Ringo

Japanese Sugar Ringo “Japanese Sugar Ringo” is produced in the Iwate prefecture, located in the northern part of Honshu Island in Japan. “Ringo” is the Japanese word for “apple”, and they were first introduced to Hokkaido, Japan in 1869 by German business man,...
Shinano Gold

Shinano Gold

Shinano Gold Shinano Gold / シナノゴールド りんご   The Shinano Gold apple is a popular variety in Japan, and is mostly produced in the Iwate and Nagano prefectures. This freckled golden-yellow apple grows to a massive 350g (compared to a standard apple weighing 150g) and...