Tofuyo is a traditional Japanese delicacy originating from Okinawa. It is made from Okinawa tofu fermented with rice malt, red yeast and Awamori(Okinawa's distilled alcohol). After a long period of fermentation, tofuyo is served sliced in tiny cubes which should be nibbled a bit at a time. The flavor is very rich and creamy, the aromas are pungent, while the texture is very soft, similar to cream cheese. This specialty dates back to the Ryukyu kingdom era, and it was enjoyed only by the emperor’s family and a few selected nobles.
Ingredient: Tofu, miso, sugar, Awamori, soy sauce, island chili pepper, salt garlic, ginger, roast sesame, peanut (soybean, flour, peanut as a part of ingredients)
Good for: 270 days from packed date
Storage: Room Temperature ( refrigerate after opening)