Chinese Items

Rice Paper Roll Sheets

 

Surimi-based product created in the 1970s which is mixed with crab extract and a flavoring agent. The mixture is then formed into thin strips and shredded into fine strands after being heated. Used for salads, soups, noodles, sushi, and sashimi.



Origin: China

Packing: 500g

Carton Packing: 500g x 20

Pho Noodles

 

A variation of the Russian word “ikra”, meaning caviar, Ikura is a high grade sweet and salty Salmon Roe that is large in shape and reddish-orange in color. Highly prized by caviar lovers around the world, Ikura is a dominant roe that is featured in Japanese cuisine.



Origin: China

Packing: 200g 

Carton Packing: 200g x 20

Egg Noodles

 

Tobiko is the Japanese word for the flying fish roe used to create certain types of sushi. Plain tobiko has a red-orange color, a mild smoky/salty taste, and a crunchy texture. Tobiko is also colored with wasabi to form green tobiko and with squid ink to form black tobiko.



Origin: China

Packing: 500g

Carton Packing: 500g x 20

Dumpling Wrapping

 

Similar to Tobiko but smaller in size, Ebiko is shrimp roe. The word "ebi", meaning shrimp in Japanese, makes up part of this product's name. Ebiko is considered to be similar to Tobiko in taste and color. In addition, the price of Ebiko is cheaper than that of Tobiko. 



Origin: China

Packing: 140g 

Carton Packing: 140g x 96

Black Bean Sauce

 

Rich in taste and texture, Tuna Saku is a pre-cut center loin that is superior in quality and taste. Line caught and flash frozen at sea within hours of the catch, our Tuna tastes like it is fresh. Each piece is individually vacuumed to maintain quality, color, and taste.



Origin: China

Packing: 1 kg

Carton Packing: 1 kg x 12

S&B Layu Chili Oil

 

From the Carangidae fish family, the Hamachi is a native fish from the Northwest Pacific. It is considered a luxury fish and is best during winter, when it has a very oily texture. The fish is light red and rich with deep flavors.



Origin: China

Packing: 920g

Carton Packing: 920g x 6

Red Chili Oil

 

Mackerel, called Saba in Japan, is one of the three types of mackerel most commonly found in sushi bars and is the most widely encountered option. Saba is oily in nature and is salt-cured to ensure preservation. Rich in Omega-3 Acids, this fish has a strong taste and flavor.



Origin: China

Packing: 920g

Carton Packing: 920g x 6

Red Curry Paste

 

Red in color because of its abundance in iron and hemoglobin, Akagai has a chewy texture but one that is pleasant. It has a deep flavor and a strong aroma. It is usually eaten raw in the form of sashimi or nigiri-sushi.



Origin: China

Packing: 1 kg 

Carton Packing: 1 kg x 12

Sesame Paste

 

With its triangular shape, hokkigai is one of the most easily identifiable options at the sushi bar. Hokkigai has a crispy texture and is red in color at the tip. It has a slightly sweet and pleasant taste and is not particularly chewy.



Origin: China

Packing: 340g

Carton Packing: 340g x 12

Sesame Oil

 

Sliced into thin pieces, Octopus is full of sweet aromas and taste. It is a favorite choice among many sushi eaters worldwide. The Octopus is boiled in water prior to serving and is then sliced into thin pieces and served on top of nigiri-sushi.



Origin: China

Packing: 400g

Carton Packing 400g x 12

Hot Chili Sesame Oil

 

This versatile kind of squid can be enjoyed as sashimi, sushi, and tempura. It is a thin sheet that has a white color and a crunchy taste. Ika is at times made from Cuttlefish as a replacement for squid.



Origin: China

Packing: 920g

Carton Packing: 920g x 6

Yonghhun Laogu Black Vinegar

 

Rich in protein, vitamin A, and calcium, Kabayaki Unagi is a very popular and nutritious food in Japan. It is dipped in a sweet soy sauce before it is broiled on the grill giving it a brown/orange color. It is believed that eating eel helps to increase stamina.



Origin: China

Packing: 500 ml

Carton Packing: 500 ml x 6

Water Chestnuts 

 

Firm in texture and rich in taste, Ama Ebi are sweet shrimps that are commonly used for nigiri sushi. Usually in pairs, Ama Ebi are placed on top of a rice ball and eaten raw. They are smaller in size than regular shrimp and sweeter in taste.

Origin: China

Packing: 567g

Carton Packing: 567g x 24