Country of production:
Yukō is a citrus fruit unique to Nagasaki, where it is grown only in a part of the city since the beginning of the Edo era. Currently, about 100 trees Yukō are in protected areas and the volume of total production has reached painfully 10 tonnes in 2017. The appearance of the yukō is similar to that of yuzu and hyuuganatsu. The color is lemon yellow light. The fragrance is softer and sweeter than the yuzu, the fruit is fresh and sweet and contains very little bitter. This dressing mandarin, yukō ponzu, it is an excellent alternative to soy sauce for the sashimi. It is suitable for white fish and it will be perfect as a sauce for dipping tempura, French fries. It is perfect for salads, raw vegetables, steamed vegetables and is a delicious blend with olive oil. The japanese appreciate it also to flavour marinades or when you can taste grilled meat and fat (pork, lamb).
Ryu no namida
Vinegar, fermented (alcohol, wine, vinegar, puree, vinegar, water), soy sauce (soybean, wheat, rice, salt, water), sake (alcoholic beverage of fermented rice), mandarin juice (11.9%), water, flakes of dried fish, seaweed, kombu.
Mode of storage:
A cool, dry place away from direct light