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Japanese curry mix in block, medium hot. Read more
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Yuzu is a sour Japanese citrus fruit, used both for its juice and its aromatic rind. Use to add zest to Yakitori and other meat dishes or seafood dishes. Read more
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Japanese golden curry. Mix any meats and vegetables with this curry for a quick and delicious meal. Read more
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Spicy Japanese Curry. Read more
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Wasabi. Read more
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Article code 074880020021
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Wasabi. Read more
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Wasabi powder. Read more
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Japanese Togarashi spice mix. Read more
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Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a stock called "dashi" into which softened miso paste is mixed. With this Japanese instant you can easily and quickly prepare your own Tofu miso soup. Read more
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Japanese instant tofu miso soup. Tasty and fast! Read more
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Japanese Chili oil. Read more
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Japanese pepper spice. Read more
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Japanese instant miso soup. Tasty and fast! Read more
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Japanese Hot golden curry. Mix any meats and vegetables with this curry for a quick and delicious meal. Read more
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Japanese mild golden curry. Mix any meats and vegetables with this curry for a quick and delicious meal. Read more
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Discover the mellow warmth of Japanese curry from S&B Foods and discover one of Japan’s best kept culinary secrets.

Since founding in 1923, S&B Foods has been producing and distributing a dazzling variety of spices, condiments and cooking ingredients, including curry sauce mix, pasta sauce and Chinese food products.
Besides being the first company to successfully manufacture curry powder in Japan, we were also among the first to introduce spices and herbs from foreign shores, adding a savory new dimension to Japan’s unique culinary lifestyle.

When you thinks of Japanese cuisine, the first food that comes up to your mind is sushi, or perhaps sukiyaki. How about curry? Hardly, even though curry is so popular now it is almost regarded as Japan’s national food. Originating in India, curry came to Japan via Europe and established its own distinct local flavor.