Sanko Suisan Gibasa is safe with no added colors. The vibrant coloring is proof that the Gibasa is high quality and fresh.No additives or artificial coloring for ensured quality. The scientific name of Gibasa is Sargassum horneri.Just like wakame (undaria), mekabu, and kelp, it is a seaweed belonging to the Phaeophyceae (brown algae) classification.Seaweed is originally red in color, but boiling it turns it into a beautiful green, then it is struck with a butcher knife and served with soy sauce.
The popular Sanko Suisan Gibasa (devil week), manufactured in Oga city, Akita 7.1 oz (200 g).
Guide included: A guide that explains how to thaw out and eat the Gibasa is included (English language not guaranteed).Rest assured.