It’s beer o’ clock with Orion Beer – Tokyo Mart –

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Orion Beer: the mild, fresh tasting beer imported directly from Okinawa, Japan! The best way to experience Orion Beer is to match it with exquisite food – it’s praised in restaurants right here in Sydney too. Let’s take a look at what Tokyo Mart likes to match with Orion Beer…

 

Easy DIY Snacks to match with Orion Beer!

 

Okinawa’s ‘instant miso soup, full of flavour – Kachuu-yu

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Ingredients

Dried Bonito 3g
Miso 1 tbsp
Hot water 150ml
Shallots (optional) To taste

 

Ingredients you can buy at Tokyo Mart

– Dried Bonito : Shinsen Ichiban Hana Katsuo Hana (Yamaki)
– Miso : Combined miso (Shinshu Ichi Miso)

 


 

Directions

Put the Dried Bonito and Miso into a bowl with some shallots, then pour in some hot water.

‘Kachuu’ is an Okinawan word for ‘Katsuo (Bonito)’, and Kachuu-yu is an ‘instant’ style miso soup that’s been enjoyed in Okinawa for a long time. Okinawa consumes five times the national average of Dried Bonitos in Japan, so Okinawan miso soup is full of it.

The amino-acids in both the Dried Bonito and Miso paste helps to detoxify your liver so having  bowl of it after drinking could prevent hangovers.

This soup will hydrate you with plenty nutrients too. It’s high in protein and low calorie so it’s also perfect to help achieve weight-loss.

The main ingredients are very simple so you could easily arrange it to make it more colourful and enticing. For example, you could add tofu, wakame seaweed, tororo konbu seaweed, garlic or umeboshi plums instead of just shallots.

 

Eat the mineral-rich ‘mozuku’ like a snack! Mozuku Tempura

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Ingredients

Mozuku seaweed 200g
Carrots (optional) Half a one

 

Crumbs

Egg 1
Water 100ml
Salt To taste
Powdered Japanese Stock (optional) To taste
Oil Appropriate quantity

Ingredients you can buy at Tokyo Mart

– Mozuku seaweed: Miyakojima Shaki Shaki Mozuku (Takagi Kaiso-Ten)
– Powdered Japanese stock: Dashinomoto (Yamaki)

 


 

Directions

1. Wash the Mozuku seaweed and squeeze off as much water as possible. Dust with flour (prepare extra to do this with). Julienne the carrot.
2. Mix the ingredients for the crumbs then throw in the mozuku seaweed and carrot.
3. Fry at 180 degrees. Adjust time in the oil according to size – the standard time is roughly 3 minutes.

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Mensore! Tokyo Mart

It’s the kind of beer you’ve got to know!

The word ‘refreshing’ is perfect for describing this beer. You can enjoy it all year around and it balances well with food. It’s a versatile beer going beyond borders…

You might think of it as an exclusively Okinawan beer but you can buy it here is Sydney too. We look forward to seeing you in store.

 

 

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Address Shop 27, Northbridge Plaza, Northbridge
Phone (02) 9958-6860
Facebook www.facebook.com/tokyomartsydney
Trading Hours Mon-Wed & Fri: 9:00-17:30 / Thurs 9:00-18:30 / Sat 9:00-18:00 / Sun 10:00-16:00 *Closed on Public Holidays
Trading Hours Mon-Wed & Fri: 9:00-17:30 / Thurs 9:00-18:30 / Sat 9:00-18:00 / Sun 10:00-16:00 *Closed on Public Holidays
 One of the biggest Japanese food market in Australia that will have you feeling like you’re in Japan.
The shop is stocked wall to wall with close to 2000 types of products from condiments to frozen foods, instant noodles, confectioneries, juice, daily goods as well as Asian foods. There’s much to choose from and at a reasonable price due to the store directly importing from Japan.
They also have a range of Japanese alcoholic beverages including Orion Beer!

 

 

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How to store your beer

If you leave your beer out in the heat for too long, the temperature gradually destroys the balance of its taste. This can result in the beer having a slightly oxidized odor and darken the colour or even emphasize the bitterness. To prepare a perfectly enjoyable beer, be sure to store it somewhere cool that will not reach high temperatures.

 

 

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REGION INFORMATION

Okinawa

| Temperature: 28


Okinawa is Japan’s souterhnmost prefecture, made up of hundreds of inhabited and uninhabited islands. Its most loved for it's subtropical climate and its abundance in outdoor activities which include snorkelling, kayaking and trekking through mangroves.

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