Coexisting with Nature

In Japanese, TOMO「供」means “offerings to gods”. Since ancient times, Japanese people have lived while being protected and blessed by gods. To show their gratitude, they display food as a gift in shrines or home shrines, then they eat those consommable offerings. 

By eating the same food as gods, Japanese people protect the harmony between the nature and humans.



*The TOMO trademark represents a smile which uses Japan’s traditional “TOMOE” design as a motif.

NEWS

  • 2019/08/02 TOMO website is now open


TOMO’s Sake
Sake Ise Jingū Goryoshu - Hakutaka
Hakutaka sake has been a ceremony offering for more than 1500 years at Ise Jingū, which is Japan's most sacred shrine.
Water ”Miyamizu"
“Hakutaka” has been brewed with Miyamizu (Miya Water) from the wells on sea coast of Nishinomiya city. Hakutaka Co. has 8 wells of their own. With a little iron content, Miyamizu is rich in phosphorus, calcium and potassium. We believe that the ratio of these minerals in the water contributes to the specific taste of our Sake.
Rice “Yamada-nishiki”
Yamada-nishiki, the rice strain known as best for making Sake, is grown on the northern foot of the Rokko mountains, in the Yokawa area. Hakutaka Co. has contracts with farmers who have special A class cultivated land in the area. Such relationship between the farmers and our company has been maintained for over 100 years.
A specific brewing technique: the Ki-moto method
Hakutaka Co. has maintained the Ki-moto method for a very long time in order to brew our sake and to keep its original taste. The method is a painstaking technique, and it takes a long time to brew the sake compared with more recent popular methods of quick fermentation.
Junmai-Ginjo-shu
(300ml/720ml)

Tokubetsu-Junmai-shu
(180ml/500ml)

Tokubetsu-Junmai-shu
(180ml/500ml)


TOMO’s Snacks
All of our snacks are adapted to a healthy diet and made in Japan.
[KU-001] 32g
Mezashi - Roast Dried Sardines
 

Our sardines are fished in Japan and are rich in calcium.

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.

[KU-002] 32g
Tarakoma
 

Tarakoma is a traditional japanese snack made of cod and sesame. It has a thin taste and it can be chew easily. The cod flesh is cut into thin slices, and the taste is brought out with sesame. This snack is poor in calories and is adapted to a healthy diet. 

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.

[KU-003] 32g
Yakikama Fantastic Shichimi Taste

Yakikama are a unique japanese snack, and a culinary speciality from the Tsukiji fish market in Tōkyō. The white fishes flesh is cut into shashimi, which is then cut into thin slices, and the taste is brought out with spices.  

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.

[OD-001] 60g
Tamba Black Soybeans
Glace

Sweet black beans are part of Japanese traditional delicacies. They are generally eaten during the New Year’s Eve for the O-sechi ryōri. O-sechi ryōri is the name given to the food cooked during this special time of the year. For this occasion, sweet black beans are eaten with rice or as they are. 

Tamba black beans are a speciality from Sasayama, a city in Hyōgo prefecture. You can easily recognize them due to their size, shape, their texture in mouth and their taste.  

You can serve them with a cup of tea, use them in your yogurt, soft ice cream, or in your cake recipes.

[OD-002] 60g
Tamba Black Soybeans
Glace with Matcha

Tamba black beans are a speciality from Sasayama, a city in Hyōgo prefecture. You can easily recognize them due to their size, round shape, their texture in mouth and their taste.

The premium quality of matcha used to cover the beans, and the Tamba black beans themselves will for sure give you an immersion into Japanese food culture. 

You can serve them with a cup of tea, use them in your yogurt, soft ice cream, or in your cake recipe.

[KA-001] 40g
Fuyugaki - Dried Sweet
Persimmon

Persimmons are picked from late October to early November, which explains why this fruit is emblematic of the Japanese autumn season.  Persimmons are also known to be rich in fiber. 

Dried sweet persimmon can be eaten raw, with a yogurt, or even be used inside your salad or for your dessert recipes. We recommend it for a healthy diet, vegetarians and vegans! 

 [AT-001] 3 pieces

Baked sweet potatoes Annō

Our baked sweet potatoes Annō are harvested in Tanegashima, in Kagoshima prefecture. They are naturally sweet. The specificity is the food texture, which get smoother the more you grill them.

 

You can eat our sweet potatoes raw, use them for a soup recipe or even for cooking an original mashed potatoes dish!

[YA-001] 2 pieces
Grilled Himono - Horse mackerel

Our horse mackerels are fished in the Ise Island sea area, in Mie prefecture. The fishes are dried after being caught, then they are then grilled and seasoned with natural salt. 

The fish are dried after being caught then grilled and seasoned with natural salt. 

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks. 

[YA-002] 32g
Grilled Himono - Mackerel

Our mackerels are fished in in the Ise-Shima sea area, in Mie prefecture. The fishes are dried after being caught, then they are then grilled and seasoned with natural salt. 

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.



[YA-003] 2 pieces
Grilled Himono - Red barracuda

Our red barracuda are fished in the Ise-Shima sea area, in Mie prefecture. 

The fishes are dried after being caught, then they are then grilled and seasoned with natural salt. 

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.  

[YA-004] 2 pieces
Grilled Himono - Yellowtail

Our yellowtails are fished in the Ise-Shima sea area, in Mie prefecture. The fishes are dried after being caught, then they are then grilled and seasoned with natural salt. 

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.  

[KU-003] 32g
Yakikama Fantastic Shichimi Taste

Yakikama are a unique japanese snack, and a culinary speciality from the Tsukiji fish market in Tōkyō. The white fishes flesh is cut into shashimi, which is then cut into thin slices, and the taste is brought out with spices.  

You can use them as starters or as an appetizer with your alcoholic drinks.

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