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A blend of sesame seeds, soy sauce powder, orange zest, and red chili flakes.

Named after the store in Tokyo where classic shichimi togarashi was first created, this spice mixture imparts nutty, citrusy, and umami flavors to a variety of seafood and vegetables.

Main Ingredients in Yagenbori

  • sesame
  • orange
  • chili
  • and spices

How to Use Yagenbori

Marinate a skirt steak with Yagenbori and soy sauce before grilling.

Product Details
  • Contains: gluten (soy sauce powder)
  • 2.25 oz. by weight
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    Rob S.
    United States

    Love this combo

    I love to sprinkle it on steamed corn on the cob and then sauté the noblest for a few minutes along with some lemon bits.

    Sophia C.
    United States United States

    Love It

    I love it‼️ This spice it’s delicious and has a lovely aroma, I can season it with any kinds of dishes. I will definitely recommend to anyone enjoy delicious seasoning with any of their dishes. I am going to order few more of from the website. What I love the most it’s the freshest of the spices n all the ingredients I want in my food. Thank for have such a fresh and quality spices on the website

    Lyn C.
    United States United States

    Intoxicating aromas

    I like this blend very much. Black and White sesame seeds are often used together in my kitchen. This took that idea and made a much more complex, though subtle, spicing for Japanese influenced dishes. My favorite aspect is the aroma that comes from the orange and chiles. My most successful use has been as a coating on scallops and (Wester Ross) salmon fillets. Each had its own side sauce. For the scallop sauce, a simple scallion, Japan sourced mirin and double fermented soy sauce. For the salmon sauce, a medley of Japanese mushrooms, orange slices, and same mirin and soy sauce. The scallops didn’t need the sauce. I would now add it to the rice along with mustard seeds. I tried this blend in rice but the flavors seemed lost. Maybe I needed more of it but it is a waste of an expensive spice blend in my view.