These very soft salmon eggs are either salted or marinated using soy. "Ikura" in Japanese comes from Russian. They are called Battleship rolls because they look like battleships from the side. Best from October through November!
The Salmon roe (Ikura) is often considered a festive and celebratory food in Japan. The vibrant and glistening orange-red eggs are associated with joy and abundance, making them a popular choice for special occasions and holidays. Ikura is commonly featured in traditional New Year's dishes, including sushi, sashimi, and various festive rice dishes. Its rich flavor and distinctive texture contribute to its popularity as a delicacy during celebratory events in Japanese cuisine.
People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo-style sushi appeared around 1716.
Brand KYO-TO-TO Size 3cmｘ3cm Material Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon, Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon Made in Kyoto, Japan This patch Stick-on and Iron-on too.
〈About the sticker〉
Use as a sticker on paper, leather, fabric, plastic etc. If you leave it attached for a long time, the glue will stick to the item. If used on clothes, we recommend the patch to be ironed-on, because the sticker may fall of when washing the clothes.
〈How to iron on this patch〉
Remove the transparent sheet.
Apply the patch on the item of choice. Using your body weight, press down firmly for 15-20 sec.
Do the same action on the other side.
Leave on a flat surface until it cooled down completely.
※ If it did not stick well, repeat 2 to 4 times. ※ To increase the patch strength on frequently washed items we recommend the patch to be sown onto the clothes. ※ The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials. Be careful when using heat-sensitive materials.
Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.