★ watering fire roasting grindstone-Kikai island from Kagoshima North ground sesame seeds (white) 35g(HZ)
◆ protect domestically produced raw materials, yubaba's history you want to change. -Deer North oil 2 second WADA
Kagoshima Prefecture springs of 0/1949 since its inception, has been making homegrown products and traditional oil products said manufacturers 'deer North Refinery in the town, as well, and emphasis on the development of agriculture currently prefecture with the cooperation of about 250 contract farmers mainly, growing domestic sesame seeds, perilla, rapeseed, etc.. 2 h. t. WADA, oil refinery, now owned by her father graduated from the University joined the vigorously revival of old-fashioned oil sought. In 2005, Kagoshima, hishikari-Cho from the spring and moved the factory to the increased number of cooperative farmers is more than 100. "Happy more than anything else it's more Sesame farmer, WADA said. Jade milking machine to compress the oil in the plant and other facilities, spread Bree Sesame field in front of the factory, can keep an eye on the growth day by day. There is also a factory of dreams can be felt throughout the four seasons of the Kirishima mountain range. The cultivation of rapeseed and Camellia forest afforestation and swells more and more dreams.
Deer North Refinery, plant tours Farm tours are occasionally accepted.
Black sesame seed farms (farms)
New in 2006 of 30
Sesame seeds planted in the field.
* Please allow approximately 1 week so may take some time. Please note that we are sorry.
♦ capacity: 35 g
♦ shelf life: one year at room temperature.
♦ material: white sesame seeds
♦ Maker: deer North Refinery (AIRA-gun, Kagoshima Prefecture)
♦ shipping method: ambient and refrigerated products with non-
◆ said island top of Kikai island in Kagoshima Prefecture
Using native white sesame seeds.
White Sesame Seeds grown in the northern deer since 1983
Contract farming and cultivation guidance continues.
• Peel off top, not Sesame grains, holistic solution,
Sesame Roasted in a wood-burning fire, decided to ground sesame seeds in a mortar.