Matcha / Green tea is fine for one or two years if kept in the refrigerator. If kept in the freezer, its freshness will be preserved indefinitely. However, if left in a cool, dark place, the color and taste will change in 3-4 months, especially in the summer. Also, even if kept in the refrigerator, Matcha / Green tea easily absorbs scents, so please be careful not to store it with strong-smelling items as the smell may transfer. Therefore, the expiration date is just a “guide” when stored in a cool, dark place.
Akamoku (brown seaweed)has a strong stickiness and a fragrant aroma, so it is recommended to chop it finely and eat it as is, put it in miso soup, or pour it over udon noodles. By adding Akamoku (brown seaweed), the minerals calcium, and iron increase by about 20-30%. Also, dietary fiber increases by about 5% when Akamoku (brown seaweed) is added, so it is desirable to add Akamoku (brown seaweed) to meals. Reference site: Food Analysis Development Center.
✅ 海藻の中でもアカモクには、特に多くのフコイダンが含まれています。フコイダンは、水溶性の食物繊維ですので、腸に入ると溶けて粘り気を出し、排便を助長してくれます。Among seaweeds, Akamoku seaweed contains particularly high amounts of fucoidan. Fucoidan is a water-soluble dietary fiber, so when it enters the intestine, it dissolves and produces a sticky texture, promoting bowel movements.
✅ アカモクには、フコイダンと共に、フコキサンチンも含まれています。フコキサンチンには、脂肪を燃焼させる細胞を増加させる働きがあり、アカモクに含まれるフコキサンチンの量は、ワカメの２倍。1日10gのアカモクと食べるのがお勧めです。In addition to fucoidan, Akamoku seaweed also contains fucoxanthin. Fucoxanthin has the effect of increasing the number of cells that burn fat, and the amount of fucoxanthin in Akamoku seaweed is twice that of wakame. It is recommended to eat 10g of Akamoku seaweed per day.
✅ アカモクは一日経つと成分が消えてしまうので、毎日食するのがお勧めです。It is recommended to eat Akamoku seaweed every day because its ingredients disappear after a day.
✅アカモクには、ミネラル、ポリフェノール、食物繊維が豊富に含まれています。Akamoku seaweed is rich in minerals, polyphenols, and dietary fiber.
✅このアカモクは、九州福岡の糸島近海で育った天然のアカモクを、地元の漁師が手摘みしております。添加物などは一切入っておりません。This Akamoku seaweed is hand-picked by local fishermen from natural Akamoku seaweed grown in the waters near Itoshima, Fukuoka, Kyushu. It contains no additives.