Nogami "Hiroshima fig jam

Nogami will sell "Hiroshima Fig Jam". The release date is October 1. The price is 1,080 yen per jar (tax included). A "Welcome Back Campaign" will also be held from October 1 to October 31.

Nogami Hiroshima Fig Jam

Nogami's "Hiroshima Prefecture-grown Fig Jam" is a luxurious product using a variety of figs called Houraishi (Horai persimmon). Because the perfectly ripe figs are processed into jam in their fresh state, the original fruity and rich aroma of the ingredients can be enjoyed. The combination of the peculiar texture of the figs, the rich sweetness of the ripe Hourai persimmon, and the moderate acidity makes it an exquisite product.

Nogami "Hiroshima fig jam

The Horai persimmon used in "Hiroshima Prefecture Fig Jam" is difficult to grow in regions with severe cold, and is mainly grown in western Japan. Hiroshima Prefecture is the largest producer of Hourai persimmons in Japan. Because it is difficult to maintain freshness, distribution is mainly limited to western Japan. It is known as one of the sweetest varieties of figs when fully ripe.

The fresh, bright red flesh is characterized by a rich aroma and intense sweetness, and the texture of the seeds is also enjoyable. Enjoy the taste of Hourai persimmons, which are full of charm, with Nogami's luxurious and particular jam.

Welcome Back Campaign

From October 1 and 2, a limited number of "Yoshi Sisley Design Cutting Board Sheets" will be given away at stores nationwide on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, customers who purchase products during the Welcome Back Campaign period from October 1 to October 31 will receive a 10% discount passport valid from October 3 to November 30.

In addition, starting October 1, "Kuroyama Nogami's (regular) mayonnaise made just for Nogami" under the supervision of Chef Shusaku Toba, Nogami's official ambassador, will be on sale. He has also devised a recipe to make both "Founded Nogami" and "Kuroyama Nogami" even tastier.

Nogami "a (normal) mayonnaise made just for Kuroyama Nogami".