Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C
Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C

Seasonal gift patches: Sushi C

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Seasonal gift package with 5 sorts of sushi patches!

Patch Sayori (Japanese Halfbeak): Beautiful silver-skinned fish with a blue back. Best in winter.  It used to be salted and vinegared. Also known as a lucky charm symbol, it is also used for sushi art. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716.
Size 2cmx5cm

Patch Aka-Gai (Ark Shell): Beautiful bright red color. Best in winter. Its exterior mantle is especially tasty. It is high in hemoglobin thus making it red. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716.
Size 3cmx4cm

Patch Kazunoko (Herring Roe): Salted roes of herring. Also called yellow diamond. Topped with dried bonito flakes. Called "Kazu no ko" in Japanese which comes from "Kado no ko" named after "Kado" herring. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716.   Size 2.5cmx5cm

Patch Maiwashi (Sardine): Shiny fish. Freshness is important as fish meat gets oxidized to change color. Best in summer. Beautiful contrast between white fatty layer and red meat. Served with grated ginger and spring onions. People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716. 
Size 2cmx5cm

Patch Kobashira (Small Scallop): Smaller one of two scallops in a surf clam. Used for battle ship rolls. Called "Small Stars" in Japanese. Bigger one is called "Big Stars". People used to ferment fish with rice for preservation before Edo style sushi appeared around 1716. 
Size 3cmx4cm

 

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.