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Sea and Japan Project Public Relations Office Collaboration with “Kaneari Suisan” in Tano Town, the smalle st town in Shikoku! Complete with rice using local fresh bonito!

Sea and Japan Project Public Relations Office
Collaboration with “Kaneari Suisan” in Tano Town, the smallest town in Shikoku! Complete with rice using local fresh bonito!
Sales start from Saturday, March 30, 2024 Tano Town Kaneari Fisheries ……
The Sea and Japan Project in Kochi, a general incorporated
association, collaborated with Kaneari Suisan, a seafood company in Tano Town, the smallest town in Shikoku, to develop “Zukedon Katsuo-kun” using fresh bonito. Sales will begin from March 30, 2024 at Kaneari Suisan, Michi no Eki Tano Ekiya, and other locations. This initiative is part of the Nippon Foundation’s “Ocean and Japan Project,” which connects people through the ocean in order to pass on the rich and beautiful ocean to the next generation.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/77920/2562/resize/d77920-2562-b0e8554cfc505ad79aea-0.jpg&s3=77920-2562-f5f09c8ce7cc41fadbb0a22f1bdd35a7-414×310.jpg] “Zukedon Katsuo-kun” made with fresh bonito
Tano Town is the smallest town (by area) in Shikoku. Kaneari Suisan is a seafood company that has been operating in Tano Town for 86 years. Every day, we vacuum pack fish from eastern Kochi Prefecture and ship it nationwide.
“Zukedon Katsuo-kun” developed by “Kaneari Suisan” is made by craftsmen who carefully cook the bonito dropped from the auction that day using a special method. It is a dish that is irresistible for sashimi lovers, as it boasts a mouth-watering taste that is as fresh as it is.
After thawing, just pour it over warm rice and enjoy. Once you take a bite, the rich flavor that spreads in your mouth will definitely captivate you.
*Since it is stored frozen, we recommend eating it immediately after delivery.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/77920/2562/resize/d77920-2562-fdbc97b5cec73fb41069-1.jpg&s3=77920-2562-377aca7733c33ebc1e648b2eba514c78-412×310.jpg] -Zukedon Katsuo-kun Overview-
[Table 2: https://prtimes.jp/data/corp/77920/table/2562_1_a59c6f1698fcbf1df2a855bd32536bc1.jpg] -Organization Overview-
Organization name: (one company) Sea and Japan Project in Kochi URL: https://kochi.uminohi.jp/
Activities: The “Sea and Japan Project in Kochi Prefecture” aims to pass on the “Kuroshio Sea” to the next generation by allowing children to experience the local sea and develop an affinity for the sea.
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Nippon Foundation “Ocean and Japan Project”
The sea supports Japanese people’s lives in various ways, sometimes giving them peace of mind, excitement, and inspiration. This is an all-Japan project that aims to encourage people across the country, including children, to view the ongoing environmental deterioration of the oceans as their own, and to expand the circle of action to preserve the oceans for future generations. is.
https://uminohi.jp/
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000002562.000077920.html



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