[Wholesale 40pc] Rausu Kombu Kelp From Hokkaido 100g - The Finest Quality ‘King of Kombu’ With Rich Taste For Soup Stock

[Wholesale 40pc] Rausu Kombu Kelp From Hokkaido 100g - The Finest Quality ‘King of Kombu’ With Rich Taste For Soup Stock

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Name Rausu Kombu Kelp


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Ingredients Rausu Kelp
Expiry Date 15 months after the manufacture date
Quantity 100g x 40pc
Origin Rausu, Hokkaido, Japan
Storage Guide Please store at room temperature. Avoid high temperatures and humidity.
Product Weight In Total 6.5kg
*Delivery with EMS and surface mail has a maximum limit of 30kg. If your total order exceeds 30kg, we recommend separate shipments.
Kombu Product Detail

Wholesale Rausu Kombu Kelp From Hokkaido 100g

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The Rich Prominent Taste of Rausu, The King of Kombu

The rare Rausu kombu kelp that grows only in the Rausu area on the south side of the Shiretoko Peninsula, which is particularly rich in minerals and other nutrients, is known as the'King of Kombu' and is widely known as a high-class kombu kelp.

Rausu Kombu Kelp

It is softer and more palatable than other kombu kelp, so it is delicious even if you eat it as it is in a dry state. You can also use Rausu to make kombujime, a technique to preserve ingredients by keeping them between kombu sheets. Rausu Increase The Taste Will Of Sashimi And Vegetables While Also Keeping The Original Taste Of The Ingredients.

Rausu Kombu Kelp Produces A Rich, Fragrant, Golden-Colored Soup Stock That Plays A Leading Role In The Flavor Of Hot Pot And Noodle Dishes.

Rausu Kombu With Prominent Umami, Great For Soup Stock And As An Accent For Cooking

Rausu kombu kelp has a very strong umami taste compared to other kombu kelp, so if you want to make soup stock, it is recommended to take the soup stock only with Rausu kombu kelp and use the rich taste as it is in the dish.

In addition, it has a soft and melty texture and the umami is easy to come out from the surface, so it is delicious even if you eat it as it is. You can also use it for the kombujime method (curing ingredients with dried kombu) to add plenty of umami to seafood and vegetables.

Alkaline Food Rich In Nutrition That Makes The Body ‘Happy’

Today's modern diet, which mainly contains acid-forming substances such as meat, carbohydrates, sugar, and processed foods, can lead to illness and aging.

Kombu kelp is called the strongest alkaline food and helps keep the body healthy. Since it covers most of the essential minerals and is rich in nutrition, it is ideal to consume not only the soup stock from kombu but also the kombu itself.

Kombu Health Benefits

Abundant Dietary Fiber, Perfect For Gut Health

Kombu kelp contains alginic acid and fucoidan, which are water-soluble dietary fibers distinct to seaweeds, and when soaked in water, they dissolve and become sticky and thick.

Including insoluble dietary fiber, it contains about 5 times as much dietary fiber as burdock. It is also recommended for those who tend to suffer from stomach sickness and those who aim to have healthy body weight.

Kombu Health Benefits

For those who want to refresh their stomach and keep their hair healthy, we recommend kelp water, which allows you to easily ingest fucoidan, a dietary fiber peculiar to seaweed.

Rausu Kombu Water (Kombu Tea)

1.5L Water
20g Kombu Kelp

1. Cut about 20g of kombu kelp to a width of about 5mm, put it in a storage container, and add 1.5L of water.

2. Store in the refrigerator, and after 8 hours to 1 day, the stickiness will dissolve in the water.

* Please drink during 2 weeks period. The proper amount to take kombu water is one glass per day.

Kombu Kelp Water

The kombu kelp water, where the abundant nutrients of kombu kelp are dissolved, is also called ‘water of life' and is a reassuring ally for daily health maintenance and beauty purposes.

You can drink it as it is or use it as a soup stock for cooking.

Strengthen Your Body With The Power Of Calcium

The amount of calcium contained in kombu kelp is 6 times that of milk.

Moreover, it is known that the calcium contained in seaweed is of higher quality than that of dairy products, is easily adapted to the human body, and has a high digestion and absorption rate.

Calcium is a nutrient that the body cannot produce, but using kombu kelp in your daily diet can prevent calcium deficiency.

Kombu Health Benefits

Eliminate Iron Deficiency And Make Your Body Less Tired

Kombu kelp contains about three times as much iron as spinach and can be immediately incorporated as an ingredient to improve the basic strength of the body that tends to be easily tired.

Kombu Health Benefits

Iodine, An Essential Ingredient For Maintaining Good Health

Iodine is also related to the production of growth hormone, so it is an important nutrient for those who are worried about physical disorders and children who are in a period of physical and mental development. Iodine is one of the essential minerals, and taking it little by little every day helps maintain good health.

By eating kombu kelp together with soybean-based foods, the effect of saponin inside the soybeans that can help improve blood circulation will be strengthened. The recommended way to eat kombu kelp and soybeans is through traditional Japanese cooking like miso soup or yudofu.

Kombu Health Benefits

Highest Quality Rausu Kombu Kelp, Selected By Skilled Connoisseur

Kawashimaya's Rausu kombu kelp is prepared carefully with the harvesting knowledge and experience of a kombu specialty shop in Hokkaido. Therefore the quality is guaranteed.

Rausu Kombu Kelp

The manufacturing process of other kombu kelp is usually about one week, but Rausu kombu kelp is carefully processed over a long period of about three weeks. Rausu kombu is dried in the sun, moistened with night dew, stretched, and dried again. This process is repeated many times to carefully make the best Rausu kombu kelp.

Rausu Kombu Kelp

Rausu kombu kelp is flatter and more beautiful than other kombu kelp. This is because it goes through a manufacturing process distinct to Rausu kombu kelp called fillet cutting that cuts off the folds at both ends with scissors. This work destroys the cell wall, making it easier to get the umami.

Rausu Kombu kelp is called ‘The King of Kombu’ due to the time-consuming and delicate process of craftsmanship and the power of nature shown in the kombu kelp.

Kawashimaya's Kombu Products Development Story

Kawashimaya Kombu Product Story

Kombu kelp is one of the traditional Japanese ingredients.

Did you know that different types of kombu kelp have completely different tastes and uses?

It's a food that Japanese people are familiar with, but when I looked it up, I was surprised at how deep the knowledge about kombu kelp was because it was full of things I didn't know.

In cooperation with Hokkaido producer Tamura Toshimitsu Shoten, we have prepared three types of kombu kelp while discussing many times which kelp will satisfy our customers. We only handle the highest quality kelp, grades 1 and 2. The taste, umami, and characteristics of each kombu kelp are completely different.

We hope that you will find your favorite kelp by using it according to your uses.

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