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Japanese Spices

Japanese 7 Spice, also called Shichimi Togarashi, is a popular table condiment in Japan. Although Japanese cuisine doesn't use many dried spices, the spices listed below are used fairly often. Browse our collection of Japanese seasonings now.

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Ginger root has a sharply sweet, warm flavor that’s called for in both sweet and savory recipes around the world. We grind our ginger... Size Options
$5.99 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 1.75 oz)
This extra fancy California orange zest offers exceptional flavor and color. It has an alluring sweetness, perfect in baked goods,... Size Options
$5.99 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
These tiny unripened seedpods are deceptive. A product of the Japanese prickly ash (Zanthoxylum piperitum) these little green pods are... Size Options
$6.49 Resealable bag, 0.25 ounce
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This is a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine. These lovely black seeds have a nutty, mellow flavor and the color adds a nice contrast to... Size Options
$4.49 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2.5 oz)
Sesame seeds, with their wonderful nutty flavor, are a great addition to many dishes: green salads or pasta salads, stir fry, for... Size Options
$2.99 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
This Shichimi Togarashi seasoning is a popular table condiment in Japan. There is a surprising amount of heat, along with citrus, nori... Size Options
$6.49 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
Wasabi is a variety of green horseradish, with a sharp flavor that's a bit hotter than the familiar white horseradish. Size Options
$5.99 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
Most wasabi powder is a blend of mustard, horseradish, and color, but this fine powder is made from the pure ground root of the Namida... Size Options
$10.49 Resealable bag, 0.5 ounce (bag in jar)