Japanese taste Crumbled Meat


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100% plant-based Japanese style crumbled meat, a game-changer for vegan and traditional cuisine lovers alike.

  • Plant protein (Pea protein, starch/peas, potatoes/, reduced starch syrup, plant oil)
  • Mirin
  • Refined sake
  • Sesame oil
  • Rice oil
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Cane sugar
  • Soy sauce
  • Miso
  • Shiitake extract
  • Red pepper
  • Black pepper salt
Secrets of Deliciousnes

No additional seasoning needed. Crafted with traditionally fermented miso and soy sauce from Ibaraki Prefecture, it delivers authentic Japanese flavor perfect for rice bowls, stir-fries, and more.

Contains potential allergen
  • None

Made with pea protein, this crumbled meat is low in fat and calories but high in protein, including all nine essential amino acids, BCAAs, and arginine, enhancing exercise performance and supporting a balanced diet.

Nutritional Information (per 100g)

Why you choose it

1. High in Protein

Made from pea protein, offering a meat-like texture with lower calories and cholesterol.

2. Health and Nutrition

Supervised by nutritionists, ensuring a balance of taste and health benefits suitable for all ages.

3. Environmentally Friendly

Produces significantly less CO2 and requires less water to produce compared to beef, making it a sustainable choice.

4. Quality and Tradition

Incorporates ingredients from Shibahara Soy Sauce Brewery and Yamaiichi Miso, both with over 300 years of tradition in Ibaraki Prefecture, ensuring authentic flavor and quality.


Is it easy to prepare?

Absolutely! It's ready to eat with no additional seasoning needed, perfect for quick and nutritious meals.

Can it be used in non-Japanese dishes?

Yes, it's incredibly versatile, suitable for a wide range of cuisines from around the world.

What makes it environmentally friendly?

It's made from pea protein, which has a much lower carbon footprint and water usage than animal proteins.

Our Story

Our first child was born with Down syndrome. When she was a baby, it was a challenge for her to eat a small amount of food.

We wanted our daughter to be able to take in a lot of nutrients from a small amount of food, so we fed her the most nutritious parts of vegetables, such as the peels and leaves, using as much of them as possible.

The leaves, peels, and other hard-to-use parts of vegetables with the highest nutritional value tend to be thrown away. Using whole fruits and vegetables, our products definitely contain total nutrition!

Co-founder Ryoko Tsutsui