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Iki Hamo Hone Giri (Conger chopped-bone pike)

Iki Hamo Hone Giri (Conger chopped-bone pike)

Kitakaze Sengyo Co., Ltd.

Special Katsu-hamo (conger pike) from the Seto Inland Sea. Fish professionals carefully choose this fresh fish for you to eat.

Hamo (conger pike) from Shimonada port in Ehime Prefecture is harvested while fresh. Its bones are cut carefully. You can enjoy the taste of this Hamo itself because it is additive-free. Cooking methods for this include :Yubiki (slightly boiled), sukiyaki (stew, food cooked in a pot), tenpura (deep fried), teriyaki (grilled with sauce), dobinmushi (a steamed dish in an earthenware teapot).

Manufacturer's recommended price (including tax)
13,500yen/1box
Best Season
 
Best Before Date / Expiration Date
one year frozen
Ingredients
 
Main production center
 
Content quantity
 
Number of items per case
5kg
Preservation zone temperature
Freezing
Lead time of ordering
Shipping within 5 days of ordering, via transportation service
Minimum case unit
2 cases
Case size
42 x 53.5 x 16.5cm
Authorizations, certifications
 
Targets, customers
Depending on the cooking method, no restriction (from children to elderly, both women and men)
Intended use
After cut to an adequate size, it can be boiled slightly, deep fried, or grilled with sauce.

Iki Hamo Hone Giri (Conger chopped-bone pike)

Kitakaze Sengyo Co., Ltd.

Special Katsu-hamo (conger pike) from the Seto Inland Sea. Fish professionals carefully choose this fresh fish for you to eat.

Hamo (conger pike) from Shimonada port in Ehime Prefecture is harvested while fresh. Its bones are cut carefully. You can enjoy the taste of this Hamo itself because it is additive-free. Cooking methods for this include :Yubiki (slightly boiled), sukiyaki (stew, food cooked in a pot), tenpura (deep fried), teriyaki (grilled with sauce), dobinmushi (a steamed dish in an earthenware teapot).

Person in charge : Tsuyoshi Miyabe

Telephone number : 089-986-0271 / FAX : 089-986-1454