This is a assorted set of delicacies made with Nemuro fish sauce. [Fish It is a delicacy seasoned with soup stock of kelp, shiitake mushrooms and bonito. With Nemuro fish sauce, this is a superb dish with a rich flavor. [What is Atarime?] It is a traditional Japanese delicacy that squid's internal organs are removed and dried. The name' surume' is also widely known, but there is a theory that the word' saru' (literally, a man) was changed to' hit' because the word' saru' (literally, a man) is not auspicious. [Fish sauce] This product uses Nemuro fish sauce "Sanma" as a seasoning, even if it is Atarime. The hidden flavor is the "Nemuro Fish Sauce" made from saury, which is made from kelp stock, bonito stock, seasonings. The flavor changes depending on the delicate level of the spoon, so after trial and error to find the most suitable amount, a flavorful Atarime was completed. It's a soft bite, and the more you chew it, the more the flavor overflows. [Fish sauce and salmon toba] The salmon is soft and easy to eat, and it is made flavorful with Nemuro fish sauce. It can be enjoyed as a snack as well as an accompaniment to alcohol. Rich in flavor! Finished with saury fish sauce. Use it as a snack. Saketoba is an autumn salmon fillet that is thinly sliced lengthwise with the skin on, washed in seawater and dried in the sea breeze. "Toba" is written as fuyuyo in Chinese characters and has become a feature of Hokkaido and Tohoku region in winter. There is also a theory that "Toba" is derived from the Ainu word for "Tuupa tupa," which is a mixture of grated and dried salmon. The fish sauce Saketoba uses Fish Sauce made from saury to create a rich flavor. [Fish Sauce Grilled Scallop Shell String] The scallop shell string is seasoned with saury fish sauce and baked to a rich flavor. It is also recommended to use it as a snack to go with alcohol, and for kakiage. [How to Eat] Can be eaten as it is after roasting. You can tear it into small pieces and mix it with your usual dishes. You can also add your favorite sake (Japanese sake is recommended) and mix it with stir-fries or pasta.