MARUMIYA - Furikake Tarako 60g


Furikake is a condiment that is used by sprinkling it on hot rice. It is usually presented in the form of flakes and there are many different flavors. This furikake has a tarako taste.

Tarako is a very popular ingredient in Japanese cuisine, often eaten whole, in onigiri or as a sauce for pasta. It is plain and salted hake roe, an ingredient that resembles clumped fish eggs. Introduced to Japan after the Russo-Japanese war, hake roe originates from Alaska ("mentai" translates as "Alaska" and "ko" as "child").

The Marumiya brand is famous for its high quality furikake.

Made in Japan.

MARUMIYA - Furikake Tarako 60g

Ingredients: cod eggs (caught in America and Iceland), breadcrumbs, lactose, salt, ground sesame, processed soy products, sugar, edible fat, seaweed, mackerel shavings, palm oil, fish extract (seafood), krill extract, starch, hen egg, E1400, calcium seaweed, reduced sugar candy, yeast extract, water candy, fructose, seasoning (amino acid etc), color (red yeast malt, E160), bulking agent, antioxidant (vitamin E, rosemary extract), flavour, contains eggs, milk ingredients, wheat, sesame, mackerel, soy, fish and shellfish extracts

Preparation: put some furikake on hot rice already prepared, and enjoy!

JAN: 4902820103120

Data sheet

Taste Salty
Size Medium
Difficulty of preparation Ready to use

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