Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A

Seasonal gift patches: Sushi A

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Seasonal gift package with 5 sorts of sushi patches!

Patch Aoyagi (Round Clam): Also called "Baka (damn) clam" as it sticks out its orange tongue from its shell. Rub salted shellfish and boil to make sushi. Aoyagi is the name of the place where round clams used to be harvested. Best in winter through spring. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716. 
Size 2cmx4cm

Patch Kohada (Gizzard Shad): ''Kohada'' (Gizzard Shad), and finally, at their biggest they are called ''Konoshiro''. Champion of the Edo style sushi ingredients. 4 or 2 shiny and vinegared are used per sushi. They are best from spring to fall. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716. 
Size 2cmx4cm

Patch "Shime-saba"(Marinated Mackerel): Very popular among shiny fish. Salted and vinegared. Best in fall and winter. In the best seasons, they are called "Fall Mackerel" and "Winter Mackerel" who are fatty and large. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716.  Size 1.5cmx4.5cm

Patch Tako (Octopus): Best in winter. Usually boiled legs are used for sushi. Turn to red when boiled. Octopus has 8 legs with suckers. Living for about a year and a half. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716. 
Size 2cmx4.5cm

Patch Hotate (Scallop): Cold-water bivalve molluscs in the Sea of Okhotsk. White big and sweet muscles. Taking 3 years to become adults. Half of them in distribution is cultivated ones. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716. 
Size 2cmx4cm

 

Product

Brand KYO-TO-TO
Size Several
Material Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon, Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon
Made in Kyoto, Japan

Attention

The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials. Use a damp cloth under the iron when ironing, and be extra careful if you are ironing on heat-sensitive materials. Machine-stitching is recommended to enhance strength. 

Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.