Long-standing bonito flake shop offering exquisite Japanese broth using natural ingredients
Uneno provides sea kelp and katsuo-bushi bonito flakes to temples, shrines and restaurants in Kyoto. It was first established in 1903 in Shiga prefecture (next to Kyoto), selling rice and dried preserve food, and later moved to Kyoto. In recent years, Uneno has invented new products for home cooking such as the broth pack and Hana-katsuo (thinly shaved bonito flakes) which made Uneno even more famous. Uneno’s broth is made following the traditional method that includes more than 10 stages. The ingredients come directly from the trusted producers such as Katsuo-bushi bonito from Kagoshima prefecture in Kyushu and sea kelp from Rishiri, Hokkaido. These carefully selected ingredients make for an elegant and rich tasting broth that will be a great addition in your cooking.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||4 Karahashi Kadowaki-cho, Minami-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||9:00-18:00 (until 16:00 on Sat.)|
|Closed||Sun., 2nd Sat., national holidays|
|Recommended||The bonito powder that is produced when dried bonito is shaved is available only at the main shop; Available not every day.|
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