mr.kanso Featured Canned
Isn’t Hiroshima oysters suitable for cooking with rice? The light oyster flavor and rocky shore scent spread in your mouth. The rich sweetness of oysters, which is called “sea milk,” and the sweetness of rice blend together.
Recommended way to eat
If you like, sprinkle with chopped seaweed or chopped green onions to make it even more delicious.
|Description of item|
|Product name||Canned oysters|
|Total amount of contents||175g|
|Sell by||Described at the bottom of the can bottom|
|Country of origin||Japan|
|Raw material name||Rice (domestic), oysters, soy sauce, mirin, fermented seasonings, sugar, flavor seasonings (salt, sugars (lactose / sugar), flavor ingredients (katsuo powder / katsuo extract), yeast extract) / seasonings (amino acids) Etc.), (some include dairy ingredients, wheat and soy sauce)|
|Nutrition facts label
(per 100g) estimate
|Energy 170kcal, protein 4.2g, fat 0.8g, carbohydrates 36.4g, salt equivalent 1.0g|
|Preservation method||Please store away from direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity. After opening, transfer to another container, put in the refrigerator, and consume as soon as possible.|