Salted (20%) leaves of Sakura cherry tree, 50 leaves

Did you know that when the sakura cherry tree is in blossom, the leaf exhales a delicious perfume? Experts in the matter, Yamashin Sangyo master craftsmen rigorously select the best leaves and put them in a brine to retain their perfume and taste. 

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Used as a condiment, Yamashin Sangyo cherry tree leaves multiply culinary pleasures : In Japan they are traditionally used in pastries. Whole, chopped or finely chopped they are superb with veal, beef or fish tartares and all steamed fish. Soaked into a stew cooking juice they diffuse a very pleasant aroma and new taste that you will quickly adopt.

  • Ingredients : leaves of cherry tree in blossom (20%), salt (20%), acidifiers E522-E331iii and E330
  • Packaging : sachet of 50 leaves
  • Storage : before opening: keep dry away from heat and light once open , refrigerate
  • Origin : Japan
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 58 kcal (246 kJ) ; fat 0,7 g, of which saturates 0,2 g ; carbohydrate 8,6 g, of which sugars traces ; protein 4,3 g ; salt 22,7 g.
For fifty-five years, Yamashin Sangyo has cultivated quality and authenticity, first by selling agar-agar then, since 1971, by concentrating on pastry through the preparation of sakura cherry blossom leaves searched out by Japanese gourmets. Forerunners, Yamashin Sangyo master craftsmen are continually inventing new products which go way beyond the frontiers of gastronomy in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Very symbolic
In Japan, the sakura cherry is, just like Mount Fuji, a major symbol which has inspired and continues to inspire poems and works of art. Through its blossom is seen renewal and the arrival of spring which, each year, starts a new school year, a new financial year, etc.

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Salted (20%) leaves of Sakura cherry tree, 50 leaves

Salted (20%) leaves of Sakura cherry tree, 50 leaves

Did you know that when the sakura cherry tree is in blossom, the leaf exhales a delicious perfume? Experts in the matter, Yamashin Sangyo master craftsmen rigorously select the best leaves and put them in a brine to retain their perfume and taste. 

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