Bonito "katsuo" is a big, spindle-shaped fish that exceeds 1 m in length. They are fast swimmers and migrate in large groups. Bonito are rich in mineral, iron, and zinc. The first Seared Bonito that are caught in the early summer are a delicacy that inspired a famous Haiku poem. Fatty bonito returning during the autumn season are called "Modori-katsuo", and are excellent for sashimi. Bonito flakes are essential for many Japanese dishes, as well as the most common fish stock. They first came into use during the Muromachi era, 1336 to 1573.
Brand KYO-TO-TO Size 2.5cm ｘ 6cm Material Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon Made in Kyoto, Japan
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