This shiitake mushroom is called “Donko”冬菇 and is picked when budding, so it is meatier than Koshin, bite-size, 25-42mm.The dried Shiitake mushroom from Kyushu (a Southern Island of Japan) cultivated using Japanese sweet sap oak (“kunugi” in Japanese) are primarily recognized as the best. Kunugi logs gives the Shiitake mushroom a distinctive sweet and deep flavor.
Shiitake mushroom (Natural log cultivation) 100%
ALLERGENS (if applicable)
7.67" x 1.37" x 11.61", 2.46 oz
365 days, room temp
Kyushu produces 70% of Japan's Shiitake. Takachihogo, Kyushu, is its center. Shiitake grown slowly in low temperatures, nurtured by rain and fog, creates an outstanding firm texture. Japanese sweet sap oak gives Shiitake a distinctive sweet and deep flavor.