Shimaya Dashi Powder 50g

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SKU : D0013


Shimaya dashi no moto 50g
シマヤ だしの素 50g

Shimaya Dashi Powder is known for its rich, savoury flavour and its ability to enhance the taste of a wide range of dishes. It is commonly used as a base for miso soup, noodle soup, and other soups and stews, as well as for seasoning rice, vegetables, and other dishes.

It is a popular ingredient in Japanese cuisine and is widely used to make dashi soup stock, a versatile base that is used in many Japanese dishes.

One of the advantages of using Dashi Powder is that it is quick and easy to use, making it a convenient ingredient for busy cooks.

Allergy Info: Contains Fish and Yeast


  • Origin: Japan
  • Size: 10 x 5g (50g)
  • Units Per Case: 18
  • Packaging Material: Cardboard
  • Manufacturer: Shimaya
  • Cuisine: Japanese


  • Glucose
  • Monosodium Glutamate
  • Salt
  • Seasoning Agents (Powdered Dried Bonito, Bonito Extract)
  • Disodium Inosinate
  • Disodium Guanylate
  • Yeast Extract
  • Allergy Info: Contains Fish and Yeast


  Per 100g
Energy 1084kj/255kcal
Fat <0.5g
- of which saturates 0.2g
Carbohydrate 41g
- of which sugar 35g
Protein 22g
Salt 36.5g


  • Fish

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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Further Reading


Dashi is a general term that refers to a range of stocks used in Japanese cuisine.