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3 Jerky Set + Okinawa Shikuwasa

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¥8,386
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A set featuring Okinawa's favorite crunchy snack, mimiga. It's the perfect snack to get you through your day, especially when drinking a...
小計 ¥8,386

3 Jerky Set + Okinawa Shikuwasa

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A set featuring Okinawa's favorite crunchy snack, mimiga. It's the perfect snack to get you through your day, especially when drinking a beer or a glass of wine. Once you receive the products you need to store them at room temperature away from direct sunlight and out of high temperature/humidity. Also, its shelf life is about 150 days.

This set includes:

Set:A includes

Mimiga Jerky (x4): Mimiga is the skin of a pig ear. It is a basic ingredient in Okinawan cuisine and it is a delicious snack rich in high-quality protein. 

  • Weight: 23g
  • Ingredients: Pork ear, soy sauce, sugar, seasoning vinegar, vinegar, seasoning extract, protein hydrolysate, yeast extract, red pepper/glycerin, glycine, pH adjuster, acidulant, antioxidant (vitamin E), preservative (polylysine), flavor. Ingredients may contain wheat, pork, and soybeans.
  • Nutritional information (per 23g bag): Energy 82kcal, protein 10.5g, fat 2.9g, carbohydrate 3.4g, salt equivalent to 1.8g.

Okinawan Island Pork Jerky (x4): Jerky is made from Okinawan pork, enhanced with red pepper and miso to bring out its succulent flavor. It is also good as a snack when you are drinking.

  • Weight: 25g
  • Ingredients: Okinawan pork soy sauce, sugar, mirin seasoning, milk protein, miso, table salt, reduced sugar syrup, soy protein, ginger powder, red pepper, chicken consommé, phosphate (Na), seasoning (like amino acids, etc.), preservative (K sorbate), pH adjuster, antioxidants (vitamin C), food coloring (caramel, carminic acid), colorant (Na nitrite). Ingredients contain wheat, milk, pork, beef, chicken, and soybeans.
  • Nutritional Information (per 25g bag): Energy 82kcal, protein 11.6g, fat 1.8g, carbohydrate 4.9g, sodium 501mg.

Orion Beer Shimabuta Jerky: By using the yeast of Orion Beer with the pork meat produced in Okinawa Prefecture, we obtained a new taste. It is a collaboration product of an Okinawan food manufacturer

  • Weight: 25g
  • Ingredients: Pork (produced in Okinawa Prefecture), reduced starch syrup, salt, spices (black pepper, caraway), beer yeast, seasonings (amino acids, etc.), acidulants, flavors, color formers (Na nitrite)
  • Nutritional information (per 25g bag): Energy 86kcal, protein 15.2g, fat 2.6g, carbohydrate 0.5g, salt equivalent 0.9g

Okinawa Shikuwasa (x1): Juice squeezed from 100% Okinawan shikuwasa. In addition to its strong, sour, and refreshing taste, it’s packed with nobiletin, renowned for its positive effects in fighting lifestyle-related diseases.

  • Serving size: 500ml
  • Shelf Life: 180 days from manufacturing date.
  • Storage: Room temperature, store in the refrigerator after opening.
  • Ingredients: Okinawan shikuwasa.
  • Nutritional Information (estimated per 100g): Energy 30kcal, protein 0.3g, fat 0g, carbohydrate 8.5g, sodium 1mg, salt equivalent to 0g, potassium 151mg, nobiletin 22mg, citric acid 4930mg.
  • How to use shikuwasa? 

    As a drink:

    • If you think the acidity is too strong, you can dilute it 5-8 times with water and serve it as shikuwasa drink. Add honey and brown sugar if you want to make it sweeter. 
    • Mix 2 tablespoons of shikuwasa and 1 tablespoon of honey with 150ml of hot water to make shikuwasa tea.
    • You can drink it cold in summer and hot in winter to help your body to adapt to the weather.
    • In Okinawa, it is also popular for mixing with shochu and awamori.

    As a dressing:

    • Mix 2 tablespoons of shikuwasa, 2 tablespoons of salad oil, ½ teaspoon of sugar, ½ teaspoon of salt, and a pinch of black pepper to serve as a dressing.
    • Use as a lemon /ponzu substitute with sashimi, salads, grilled fish, vinegared dishes, hot pot dishes.. to give them a completely different flavor.
    • Mix 2 tablespoons of shikuwasa, 2 tablespoons of salad oil, ½ teaspoon of sugar, ½ teaspoon of salt, and a pinch of black pepper to serve as a dressing.


    Be careful: if you take an undiluted solution of shikuwasa, you may get heartburn, so please avoid taking it on an empty stomach.

Set:B includes

Mimiga Jerky (x4): Mimiga is the skin of a pig ear. It is a basic ingredient in Okinawan cuisine and it is a delicious snack rich in high-quality protein. 

  • Weight: 23g
  • Ingredients: Pork ear, soy sauce, sugar, seasoning vinegar, vinegar, seasoning extract, protein hydrolysate, yeast extract, red pepper/glycerin, glycine, pH adjuster, acidulant, antioxidant (vitamin E), preservative (polylysine), flavor. Ingredients may contain wheat, pork, and soybeans.
  • Nutritional information (per 23g bag): Energy 82kcal, protein 10.5g, fat 2.9g, carbohydrate 3.4g, salt equivalent to 1.8g.

Suppai-Man Sour Mimiga (Pig Ear) Jerky (Large)✖️4:A fresh jerky taste featuring a mix of Okihamu’s mimiga and Suppai-Man’s sour plum. Perfect as a refreshing snack.

Weight:25g
Shelf Life:Within 150 days
Storage:Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight and high temperature/humidity
Ingredients:Pork ear (domestic produce), soy sauce, plum vinegar, plum extract, sugar, seasoning, vinegar, protein hydrolysate, red pepper, ginger powder, yeast extract, seasoning extract, seasoning extract/glycerin, acidulant, seasoning (amino acids, etc.), glycine, pH adjuster, sweetener (aspartame L-phenylalanine compound, stevia, licorice, sucralose), preservative (polylysine), flavoring
Ingredients may contain wheat, pork and soybeans
Nutritional information (estimated per 25g bag)
Energy 95kcal, protein 11.9g, fat 3.8g, carbohydrate 3.3g, salt equivalent to 1.7g

Orion Beer Shimabuta Jerky: By using the yeast of Orion Beer with the pork meat produced in Okinawa Prefecture, we obtained a new taste. It is a collaboration product of an Okinawan food manufacturer

  • Weight: 25g
  • Ingredients: Pork (produced in Okinawa Prefecture), reduced starch syrup, salt, spices (black pepper, caraway), beer yeast, seasonings (amino acids, etc.), acidulants, flavors, color formers (Na nitrite)
  • Nutritional information (per 25g bag): Energy 86kcal, protein 15.2g, fat 2.6g, carbohydrate 0.5g, salt equivalent 0.9g

Okinawa Shikuwasa (x1): Juice squeezed from 100% Okinawan shikuwasa. In addition to its strong, sour, and refreshing taste, it’s packed with nobiletin, renowned for its positive effects in fighting lifestyle-related diseases.

  • Serving size: 500ml
  • Shelf Life: 180 days from manufacturing date.
  • Storage: Room temperature, store in the refrigerator after opening.
  • Ingredients: Okinawan shikuwasa.
  • Nutritional Information (estimated per 100g): Energy 30kcal, protein 0.3g, fat 0g, carbohydrate 8.5g, sodium 1mg, salt equivalent to 0g, potassium 151mg, nobiletin 22mg, citric acid 4930mg.
  • How to use shikuwasa? 

    As a drink:

    • If you think the acidity is too strong, you can dilute it 5-8 times with water and serve it as shikuwasa drink. Add honey and brown sugar if you want to make it sweeter. 
    • Mix 2 tablespoons of shikuwasa and 1 tablespoon of honey with 150ml of hot water to make shikuwasa tea.
    • You can drink it cold in summer and hot in winter to help your body to adapt to the weather.
    • In Okinawa, it is also popular for mixing with shochu and awamori.

    As a dressing:

    • Mix 2 tablespoons of shikuwasa, 2 tablespoons of salad oil, ½ teaspoon of sugar, ½ teaspoon of salt, and a pinch of black pepper to serve as a dressing.
    • Use as a lemon /ponzu substitute with sashimi, salads, grilled fish, vinegared dishes, hot pot dishes.. to give them a completely different flavor.
    • Mix 2 tablespoons of shikuwasa, 2 tablespoons of salad oil, ½ teaspoon of sugar, ½ teaspoon of salt, and a pinch of black pepper to serve as a dressing.


    Be careful: if you take an undiluted solution of shikuwasa, you may get heartburn, so please avoid taking it on an empty stomach.

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