Seasoning And Condiments Japanese Sichimi Pepper

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$3.00 - $20.00 / Piece | 2000 Piece/Pieces (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Product Type:
Mixed Spices & Seasonings
Place of Origin:
Japan
Model Number:
seasoning1
Type:
Barbecue Seasoning
Style:
Dried
Color:
Yellow
Shape:
Powder
Grade:
Halal Food Grade
Shelf Life:
24 Months
Processing Type:
Blended
Weight (kg):
0.5
Brand Name:
S&B, House Foods, Kikkoman, Ebara, Mizkan, Marumiya
Taste:
Delicious, Spicy, Salty
Usage:
Dish, Hotpot
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
1 Forty-Foot Container per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
We ship using containers.
Port
Port of Tokyo

Product Description 

 

The secret to many of Japan’s most celebrated dishes is in the use of the right amount and blend of ingredients. Any recipe that may be bland, ordinary, and uninteresting at first can be transformed into a vibrant, appetizing, and scrumptious feast with the addition of spices and seasonings that can enrich and deepen the taste.

 


Whether it is for food prepared at home or served in a restaurant or a corner stall, the Japanese have an extensive selection of condiments that envelop a broad spectrum of flavors — from sweet to sour, from bitter to hot — that can guarantee a more gratifying meal.

 

Here is some of the most famous seasoning manufacturers in Japan:

 

Company NamePopular Products
S&BSpice & Herb, Smart Spice, Fauchon, Organic Spice, Magic Salt, HonWasabi
House FoodsHouse, Gaban, Spice Cooking, Nama Wasabi, New Crown Ace
KikkomanShoyu, Mirin, Tsuyu, Ponzu, Dashi, Tare, Uchi no Gohan
EbaraYakiniku no Tare, Asazuke no Moto, Ougon no Aji, Puchitto Nabe
MizkanMizkan Vinegar, Ajipon, Kantan Su, Vineguitto, Kin no Goma Tare
MarumiyaNoritama, Sukiyaki, Goma Shio, Soft Furikake, Mazekomi Wakame
Company Information

 

Since our founding in 1928, we have grown from a local confectionary wholesaler in Nippori to a multinational company with over 30 stores across Japan, selling a broad range of products from Japanese snacks to sundries and gift sets.


Throughout the changes, one thing remained constant: our commitment to provide customers with the right amount of products at the right time with the right price.

 

 

 OUR ADVANTAGES

 

1.) Comprehensive Database

 

 

 

There are thousands of new drinks and foods released each month in Japan; just last year we have recorded a total of more than 7,000 new items in our system. Newcomers interested in adding Japanese touch to their lineup may find it an overwhelming experience to start.

 

With over 42,000 SKU in our growing databases and experiences in retails, we can help you plan your product lineups, specifically tailored to fit with your aims and strategies.

 

 

2.) Simple and Efficient

 

 

 

The standard distribution channel in Japanese market is Manufacturer → Primary Wholesaler → Secondary Wholesaler → Local Wholesaler → Retailer. It’s a long and complex system which raises the products’ price significantly.

 

However, TAJIMAYA simplifies this by buying the goods in bulk directly from manufacturer, making our price very competitive compared to similar places.

 

 

3.) Growing Global Network

 

 

 

We are currently expanding our operations to more than 14 countries, focusing especially on Southeast Asia markets.

 

Anticipating greater demands from overseas, we are also offering international shipping and export services to our customers while also complying with their rules and regulations.

 

 

 OUR PARTNERS

 

We have developed close relationships with a large number of Japanese brands, ranging from global powerhouses to local favorites. These are just a few of them.

 

TohatoTaramiMarukin

Natori

Yukiguni AguriHizatsuki Seika
Ito SeikaDyDo DrincoChiyoda Shokuhin
Furuta SeikaMarutaiHachi Foods
Yamayoshi SeikaYaokinSanuki Shisei

 

 

 OUR STORES

 

 

FAQ

 

1.) What does C&C stand for?

C&C stands for 'Cash and Carry', a system where you can take whatever item you want directly at our stores then pay it with cash.

2.) Can I visit your stores?

Of course! We highly recommend you to contact us and make an appointment first, so we can help you better.

3.) Can I get a sample of your products?

We can send you free sample products if you are in Japan. For customers outside Japan, please contact us for more information.

4.) What is your MOQ (minimum order quantity) for your products?

Each product is different; feel free to ask us for more details.

5.) What is your shipping and payment method?

Ex Works, FOB, etc. We are only accepting TT at this time. 

6.) Can you release documents/certificates about specific products?

Generally no, but don't hesitate to ask us if you have any question about those products.