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Creating
Health Value
From Japan

Japonte celebrates the ancient food culture of Japan by fostering international dialog in food education. Japonte’s dissemination of the great food culture of Japan is about cultural exploration which benefits people’s wellness and lives.

Our aim is that the essence of healthful Japanese food culture is embraced daily by more families around the world. Through Japonte’s connection to Japanese farmers, fishermen, ceramicists and people in other food related jobs in all regions of Japan, we share their high standards of quality to a worldwide market.

We source our products with reliability, taste and cultural interest in mind. We offer up to date scientific research on the nutritional value of the foods we represent. Japonte holds true to a deep respect of Japan’s traditional ‘good food’ culture, while transmitting modern ‘healthy eating’ information about our products.

Creating
Health Value
From Japan

Japonte celebrates the ancient food culture of Japan by fostering international dialog in food education. Japonte’s dissemination of the great food culture of Japan is about cultural exploration which benefits people’s wellness and lives.

Our aim is that the essence of healthful Japanese food culture is embraced daily by more families around the world. Through Japonte’s connection to Japanese farmers, fishermen, ceramicists and people in other food related jobs in all regions of Japan, we share their high standards of quality to a worldwide market.

We source our products with reliability, taste and cultural interest in mind. We offer up to date scientific research on the nutritional value of the foods we represent. Japonte holds true to a deep respect of Japan’s traditional ‘good food’ culture, while transmitting modern ‘healthy eating’ information about our products.

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An artisan kome-ame (rice syrup) is more than a sweetener

05.29.2019|Comments Off on An artisan kome-ame (rice syrup) is more than a sweetener

The history of kome-ame in Japan is said to date back to ancient times. A kome-ame has been a familiar sweetener among Japanese p [...]

Shincha “Saemidori” On Sale!

05.29.2019|Comments Off on Shincha “Saemidori” On Sale!

The new tea "Ureshino Saemidori" of the first year of REIWA era is now on sale. The rare new species "Saemidori" has an elegant a [...]

from Ureshino

04.26.2019|Comments Off on from Ureshino

In Ureshino, the southwestern mountainous region of Saga Prefecture, there is a farmer who has been growing tea without agrochemi [...]

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