Aosa is a kind of seaweed which is often added to miso soup in Japan. Many sushi restaurants in Japan also offer Aosa miso soup as part of their regular menu because the salty and soft chewy tastes go well with Japanese rice.
Not only good for a miso soup, Aosa is also testy topping for several types of Japanese meals (noodles, salad, risotto etc).
NAME: The Ocean's Treasure, Aosa Seaweed from Ise Shima
ORIGIN: Ise Shima, Mie Prefecture
About the Manufacturer
Manufacturer: Daichu Shokuhin
Location: 114 Higashioizuchō, Ise-shi, Mie-ken 515-0509, Japan
Employees: About 100
Established: 1927 in Osaka as a konbu seaweed wholesaler. Established a konbu processing facility at current location five years later becoming a manufacturer.
Yunomi relationship: We purchase Daichu products through a food distribution company.