What is green and nearly worth its weight in gold? That's a slight exaggeration, but the answer is matcha. In all of the wide and historied Japanese tea culture, the most sought after tea may very well be matcha (also spelled maccha), a finely milled green tea in powder form.
We are proud to carry this award-winning line of Japanese salad dressings. The entire line is gluten free. Four of the six available dressings eschew eggs, so they're fully vegan as well. This is the dressing to grab if you're looking to eat healthy but unwilling to lose out on flavor. With the inclusion of miso as the main flavor component, you'll get a big taste without any concerns of guilt.
You may be aware of the four basic tastes, as taught by the following (since debunked) tongue map: sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. But there is an elusive fifth taste that many Asian chefs try to stimulate through their food. That taste is umami. The word umami in Japanese means "pleasant savory taste," which is about as good a description as you're going to get, as the taste is hard to pinpoint. But let me try describing it anyways.
So you want to give a gift, but are looking to add a personal touch. We've got just the thing for you. Some of the cooler items we've been bringing in among our new products are our line of voice recordable plushies....