Hijiki (ヒジキ, 鹿尾菜 or 羊栖菜, hijiki) (Sargassum fusiforme, syn. Hizikia fusiformis), sometimes called hiziki, is a brown sea vegetable growing wild on rocky coastlines of East Asia.
Hijiki has been a part of the Japanese culinary sphere and diet for centuries. It is rich in dietary fiber and essential minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium. According to Japanese folklore, hijiki aids health and beauty, and thick, black, lustrous hair is connected to regular consumption of small amounts.
|保质期||36 months from manufacture|
|原料名称||hijiki seaweed, soy sauce (including wheat), soybeans (not genetically modified), sugar, mirin, vegetable oil, fried tofu, seasonings (amino acids, etc.)|