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Support by eating “Noto oysters”! Noto Peninsula reconstruction support campaign has been decided! Hokkaido Seafood Nihonichi

N・I Co., Ltd.
Support by eating “Noto oysters”! Noto Peninsula reconstruction support campaign has been decided! [Hokkaido Seafood Nihonichi] ~Let’s start where we can! Eat donated oysters and give a shout out to Noto! ~ ……
“Hokkaido Seafood Nihon-ichi” operated by N.I. Co., Ltd. (Head office: Yodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Representative Director: Norio Kawamura) will be open from Thursday, April 4, 2024, until April 30, 2024 ( During the period (Tuesday), we will start a Noto Peninsula reconstruction support campaign. In this campaign, we will provide “Noto oysters” and for each Noto oyster, we will donate 50 yen to the affected areas through the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Support by eating “oysters” with donations! Cheer up Noto!
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“Hokkaido Seafood Nihonichi Honmachi Store” will start a Noto Peninsula reconstruction support campaign from April 4, 2024 (Thursday) to April 30, 2024 (Tuesday). In this campaign, we will provide “Noto oysters” and for each Noto oyster, we will donate 50 yen to the affected areas through the Japanese Red Cross Society. As reported in the daily news, the Noto Peninsula earthquake that occurred on January 1, 2024 caused severe damage mainly in Noto, Ishikawa Prefecture. Currently, various efforts are being made for reconstruction, and as a result of considering whether there is anything we can do to help, we decided to raise Noto oysters, a specialty of Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture, which was damaged by the earthquake. We have decided to donate a portion of the proceeds to the disaster-stricken areas.
Noto oysters are characterized by their plump thickness and rich flavor. Because they are grown in the ocean, where there is plenty of plankton to feed on, they grow twice as fast as regular oysters, and you can enjoy their sweet and packed flavor. Why not support the recovery efforts by enjoying the delicious Noto oysters that have arrived in spring?
Noto Peninsula Reconstruction Support Campaign Overview
Campaign period: April 4, 2024 (Thursday) to April 30, 2024 (Tuesday) Campaign details: For each Noto oyster, we will donate 50 yen to the affected areas through the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Price: 1 Noto oyster 550 yen (tax included)
Reception hours: 17:00-24:00 (L.O. 23:30)
This campaign will be carried out with the aim of delivering cheer to the people and areas affected by this earthquake. The donations collected will be sent to the affected areas through the Japanese Red Cross Society. We sincerely pray for the safety of everyone affected by the disaster and for the earliest possible recovery of the affected areas.
Japanese sake to pair with Noto oysters
What we would like to pair with the Noto oysters that will be served in this Noto Peninsula reconstruction support campaign is the sake “Tedorikawa” from Ishikawa Prefecture. The faint ginjo aroma, rich flavor, and moderate acidity go perfectly with Noto oysters. Please enjoy it together. In addition, our store always stocks over 20 types of sake, including original local sake and local sake from famous breweries. Please try finding your favorite cup.
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[Example of Nihonichi local sake lineup]
[Ishikawa Prefecture Local Sake] Tedorigawa Honjozo Yamahai Shikomi… Old-fashioned Yamahai Shikomi that utilizes the power of lactic acid bacteria. It is characterized by its rich aroma and deep taste. [Hokkaido local sake] Kinyuki Junmai Ginjoshu… An alcoholic beverage made from Hokkaido-produced rice “Ginpu.” Characterized by its silky smoothness and subtle, elegant scent.
Kokushi Musou Junmaishu… Takasago Sake Brewery has a sake brewery in Asahikawa, Hokkaido. A pure rice sake that makes the most of the flavor of Hokkaido rice, giving you the charm and taste of local sake. It has an impressive richness and flavor, a mellow mouthfeel, and a refreshing aftertaste.
・Kamotsuru Hiroshima Nishiki Junmai Sake… Kamotsuru Junmai Sake made with rice, water, and techniques.
・Japanese sword (Katana) Junmai Ginjo sake… Characterized by a gentle ginjo aroma, a light and firm taste, and a sharp taste. ・Rokkasen Junmai super dry… Features a clear texture and refreshing taste. It’s extremely dry, competing for first or second place among local sake.
Equipped with large hall and semi-private seats perfect for private use. We have private and semi-private rooms where you can enjoy your meal leisurely without worrying about your surroundings. It can be used for small groups of 2 or more people or for drinking parties and entertainment for 30 or more people. We also have tatami mat seating available for up to 80 people. Please use it for large-scale banquets, welcome and farewell parties, and various other occasions.
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-Store Overview-
■Location: Honmaruta Building B1F, 3-4-5 Azuchi-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture
■Telephone number: 06-6261-3339
■Business hours: 17:00-24:00 (L.O. 23:30) Open on Sundays
■Regular holidays: Irregular holidays
■Seats: 170 seats
■URL: https://maps.app.goo.gl/2cThxs3SD5mgq3NU8
■URL: https://tabelog.com/osaka/A2701/A270106/27096791/
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-N・I Co., Ltd. Company Profile-
■Company name: N・I Co., Ltd.
■Location: 1st floor, Koto Building, 2-4-3 Kigawa Higashi,
Yodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
■Representative: Representative Director Norio Kawamura
■Established: September 2009
■URL: http://ni-290.co.jp/company/
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-inquiry-
N・I Co., Ltd. Public Relations Hamada
MAIL: ni.nanaka0731@gmail.com
TEL: 06-6195-5036
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