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Battera kombu is a very thin kombu often used when making Mackerel sushi. Its made through an intricate process whereby dried kombu is first marinated in vinegar and then sliced incredibly thinly without any holes by only the most skilled professionals

Maruzen Shiroita is known for its subtle sweetness, umami flavour, and low salt content, commonly used in dishes where a lighter, milder soy sauce flavour is desired, such as in sushi and sashimi, dipping sauces, and soups.

In addition to its unique flavour, Maruzen Shiroita is also prized for its clarity, which makes it an attractive ingredient for dishes where visual appeal is important, such as in sushi rolls or clear soups.

About the Manufacturer: Maruzen

Based in Hyogo prefecture, Japan, that has been producing soy sauce for over 150 years. The company uses a traditional brewing method, combined with modern technology and strict quality control, to ensure the highest quality product.

To use Battera kombu for yourself :

-First boil the kombu with a sweet vinegar to a measurement of: 2 parts vinegar, 3 pars water to 1 part sugar.

-Once boiled, leave to cool ans then it is ready for use on sushi or even to wrap sashimi with it.


  • Origin: Japan
  • Size: 200g
  • Units Per Case: 10
  • Packaging Material: Plastic
  • Manufacturer: MARUZEN
  • Cuisine: Japanese


  • Makombu
  • Brewed Vinegar


  Per 100g
Energy 133Kcal
Fat 1.4g
- of which saturates --g
Carbohydrate 53.1g
- of which sugar --g
Protein 7.3g
Salt 6.3g

Please note: As this product is imported from Japan, the best before date may be printed in the Japanese date format YY/MM/DD. If you are unsure, please contact us.

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