Vegetarian It does not contain animals, but may have derivatives of these such as milk, eggs or honey
Tekka de Mimasa is a very yang seasoning made with various ingredients typical of the Japanese tradition.
It helps digestion and purify the blood, while providing more energy.
It is recommended to add half a teaspoon (like coffee) of tekka on the plate of cereals or vegetables, once or twice a week. It is the most appropriate way to consume it, since it provides a pleasant flavor to the dish. It can also be taken directly, but in such a case it may taste too strong for sensitive palates.
Hatcho miso (63.3%), Sesame paste (9.6%), Sesame oil (7.9%), Carrot (6.3%), Burdock (6.3%), Lotus root (6.3%).