Japanese Superfoods
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    Japanese Green Tea
    Japanese Green Tea
    $12$86

    Japanese Green Tea

    Green tea is the best drink with Japanese food. Green tea contains lots of minerals like vitamin C, B, E, potassium. Moreover, catechin, caffeine, flavonol, and fluoridation are in it. These days, Shokucha, eating tea leaves getting more popular because of the high nutritions.
    $12$86
    $12$86
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    brown rice
    brown rice
    $10$38

    Brown rice

    Brown rice means unpolished rice. It is called “Natural Comprehensive Nutritional Food”. Brown rice is staple food in macrobiotic due to the high nutrition.
    $10$38
    $10$38
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    Soybean Flour
    Soybean Flour
    $5

    Kinako(Soybean Flour)

    Kinako(Soybean flour) is finely ground and roasted soybeans. Soybean contains vitamin, minerals, chlorophyl, isoflavone, lecithin. The light sweetness makes easier to mix with other foods. Good with milk or soy milk, sprinkling on toast with butter, mixing with cake and cookies, ice creams and pudding.
    $5
    $5
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    Macha green powder
    Macha green powder
    $20$210

    Matcha

    Matcha is a kind of green tea. It is very popular as a souvenir in Japan. In traditional Japanese culture, they serve tea to their guests in the traditional way, which is called “Sado”, Japanese tea ceremony. People enjoy “wabi-sabi”, a sense of beauty like a quiet and subdued refinement. Not only drinking but also using for making sweets such as manju, a Japanese bun, red bean paste with matcha, mixed in dough of cake and cookies. Also good with ice cream or pudding. Matcha-jio, salt with matcha, is the best with tempura. Matcha is also good in milk or soy milk.
    $20$210
    $20$210
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    Amazake
    Amazake
    $5$10

    Amazake

    Amazake is a classic sweet drink that have been drinking since Nara period, over 1,200 year ago. “Ama” means sweet and “zake”is from “sake”, Japanese alcohol drink. But the amount of alcohol is less than 1 percent so it is a refreshing drink.
    $5$10
    $5$10