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The Osaka sushi kit makes the perfect gift, or the perfect introduction to Japanese cooking. If you've tried sushi at a restaurant, and you'd now like to try making sushi...
MINIMUM 5 MONTHS DATE ON ALL ITEMS The Sapporo Sushi Hamper is another excellent gift hamper on offer from Sushi Sushi; not only does it make a great gift, it's...
PRICE IS PLUS VAT FOR UK CUSTOMERS AND EU CUSTOMERS WHO DO NOT HAVE A VAT NUMBER (to be taken after your order has been placed). The Roller-35 Sushi Rolling Machine...
PRICE IS PLUS VAT FOR UK CUSTOMERS AND EU CUSTOMERS WHO DO NOT HAVE A VAT NUMBER (this will be taken after your order has been placed). Due to the...
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Bulk Nori pack of 100 seaweed sheets by Shin Izumi. This bulk nori is perfect for regular sushi makers, restaurants and caterers alike. With a zip top pack it will...
Sushi Containers with lids are perfect for use in any cafe or delivery service wanting to sell sushi. The design on the box looks beautiful alongside your sushi. The lid...
Sushi Rice, short grain, 20kg bag by kintaro.
Catering size pack of wasabi sachets. Great brand at a very good price.
Fish shaped soy sauce portions from shoda are perfect for takeaway sushi. 2.1ml is the regular portion size in the UK.
Japanese curry was introduced to Japan from the British during the Meiji era of the 1800 and has now become one of the most popular Japanese foods, a world away...
Christmas is coming, some see it as a joy... for others, it's an occasion of forced grins as they unwrap another pair of socks. Don't put your loved ones through this any more, because if they love Japan, we've got you covered! Take a look below for 8 of our most coveted Japan-inspired Xmas gifts! Sushi Socks From Firebox Ok,... Continue Reading →
The weather is cold, the nights are getting darker, and every evening you're driving home in the rain, dreaming of hot food waiting for you when you return. Well now your dreams can come true, because we're going to teach you a little about the cooking style of nabe! 'Nabe' in Japanese translates to 'pot', and that's just what nabe... Continue Reading →
In UK based Japanese restaurants you'll often find pumpkin on the menu. It's used in hot pots, to make korroke, as an element in curry, or even sliced thinly as a tempura vegetable. Pumpkin has a great sweet flavour when it's in season and holds up well to frying, making it ideal when paired with Japanese flavours. However, in Japan... Continue Reading →