Collagen-rich tuna tsukudani made from rare tail meat Tuna boiled in soy sauce with collagen-rich tuna tsukudani using rare tail meat was launched on November 1 (Wed.)!
Hiramatsu Foods Co. (Head office: Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture; Representative Director: Kensuke Hiramatsu; URL: https://www.bisyoku.com/), which operates the "Bishoku Club" brand of tsukudani specialty stores in Umeyabu-cho, Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, announces that it will begin selling "Hon-Maguro-ni," a tsukudani of tuna using the rare tail meat from November 1 (Wednesday), 2012. The product is made from rare tuna tail meat and is available in the following packages
Honmaguro-ni" is made using the traditional bamboo basket method to carefully cook rare tuna tail meat, which is rich in collagen and has a rich flavor. The seasonings used in the cooking process include a secret sauce and our original honjozo usukuchi soy sauce. The color and flavor of the ingredients are preserved, and the moist, tender texture and deep flavor can be enjoyed.
Outline of the product
Product Name ：Honmaguro-ni Nimono
Product Outline ：Vacuum-packed in a tray 90g
Shelf life ：120 days at room temperature
Retail price at directly managed stores: 650 yen per piece (including tax)
Product sales page
Reference page (Hiramatsu Foods)
About "Hiramatsu Foods
Established in 1922 in Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
The company specializes in manufacturing using traditional bamboo baskets.
Manufactured in a factory with high safety standards certified under FSSC22000 and ISO22000.
Corporate Name ： Hiramatsu Foods Co.
Trade name ： Bishoku Club
Location: 2-1 Oriji, Umeyabu-cho, Toyohashi, Aichi 441-0155, Japan
Representative: Kensuke Hiramatsu, President
Business : Manufacture, sale and wholesale of tsukudani (food boiled down in soy sauce)
Store ： Gastronomy Club (2-1 Oriji, Umeyabu-cho, Toyohashi-shi, Aichi, Japan)
URL ： Hiramatsu Foods Gastronomy Club Official HP
Sales outlet: Hiramatsu Foods Corporation, Bishoku Club stores, online store, etc.
TEL : 0532-31-0301
FAX ： 0532-31-4625