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Real Wasabi powders are 100% pure Wasabia japonica 

With patience it is possible to dry and process Wasabia Japonica to preserve its remarkable, pungent and nuanced flavors.  With timely harvesting, proper handling, painstaking processing and careful freeze-drying techniques, the distinctive characteristics of fresh wasabi can be coaxed out and reproduced with remarkable closeness to the flavor of freshly grated wasabi.

Most faux "wasabi" products contain no true wasabi at all.

Our Real Wasabi™ powders contain only 100% natural, authentic Wasabia japonica. Our carefully processed  powders and formulated blends are is alive and not for everyone as they require patient handling to coax out nuanced flavors from live enzymes and compounds.

No horseradish, fillers, colorants or additives. Hydrate by adding an equal measure of water. Cover and wait ten-fifteen minutes for flavor. 1 KG Sealed Foil Bag containing Our real wasabi powder is also available in 1 Lb. bag, or small, medium and large consumer size jars. 

Real Wasabi Powder variants available in bulk

Wasabi Powder in bulk, in addition to our Classic Real Wasabi Powder we offer 100% pure Wasabia japonica Rhizome powder.  It is a bit more bitter than our culinary blend due to higher concentrations of isothiocyanates.  Nutraceutical formulators or persons focused primarily deriving nutraceutical value of Wasabia japonica often prefer 100% Pure Rhizome Powder.

All of our Fresh Wasabi Wholesale Powders are 100% derived from Wasabia japonica plants grown under natural conditions.  While produced using sustainable, all-natural methods, our Real Wasabi powders are not certified organic nor are they kosher certified. 

We do not certify nor assure any specific levels of precursor glucosinolates nor ITC's, but our powders consistently test very well in comparison to other global suppliers.  Having been more than vetted by Food manufacturers, Nutraceutical formulators, Breweries, Food Packers and Pharmaceutical firms, we are confident that our Real Wasabi Powders will continue to test superior against others. 

Our supply typically refreshes two or more times per year so it remains fresh. 
Our Wasabi Wholesale Powders are packed in 1 KG Foil Bags, ten (10) per carton, so a full carton contains 10 KG.  This powder remains potent for at least two years if appropriately kept cool, dry and away from light.  

For formulators, manufacturers or culinarians who prefer blending their own, we also offer Real Wasabi Leaf and Real Wasabi Stem Powder.  We keep limited supply on hand in the US, so special orders may be required for bulk users. (1 KG minimum).
For more information on purchasing our Wasabi Powders in Bulk, send e-mail request to info@realwasabi.com.  Please put "Wholesale Request" as the subject.

Our Real Wasabi brand pure authentic wasabi powders are truly rare, one-of-a-kind products, only available through realwasabi.com

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Real Wasabi is pleased to present "Cool Wares" - Japanese style kitchen accessories and serving accoutrements.  In this category you will find something for yourself and everyone. Enjoy browsing our classic bamboo steamers, bento boxes, chopsticks, traditional Japanese sake serving sets, fine quality Japanese knives, awesome trays, handmade sushi boards (getas), and more. We're adding new products all the time, so please check back often.

Also, take a minute to check out our Wabi Sabi Gifts & Kits section for even more great products, woodenware and holiday, house warming, wedding or special event gift ideas.

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Let's delve into the world of Real Wasabi (Wasabia japonica), breaking down the stars of the show to illustrate their differences: the rhizomes, the petioles, and the leaves.

Wasabi Rhizomes: These underground champs are where the distinct flavor of wasabi originates. But there's more—packed with glucosinolates, which are the direct precursors to bioactive isothiocyanates, the largely unsung super heroes in the nutraceutical world.

Wasabi Petioles (Stems): Now, onto the petioles. These long, straw-like stems emerge from the rhizomes. Grate the rhizomes for that classic wasabi paste, but remember, it's the rhizomes that are the nutritional powerhouse.

In the Kitchen with Wasabi: In the kitchen, rhizomes are your culinary VIPs. Grate the rhizomes for the paste, and maybe pickle the petioles for an extra kick. They're not just about heat; they're part of the wasabi symphony. But don't ignore the wasabi leaves. Edible and versatile, they're a true culinary playground in their own right. Toss them in salads for a unique flavor, use them to wrap up sushi rolls, plate them as garnish, or throw them into a stir-fry for a hint of wasabi zing.

Expanding the Journey: Think of it as a magical journey from the soil to your plate, where the wasabi rhizomes play the lead role. The transformation from glucosinolates to isothiocyanates is like a symphony of health benefits.

So, when you savor wasabi, it's not just about taste; it's about embracing a nutritional adventure. Let's get creative in the kitchen, unlock the full potential of the wasabi plant, and revel in the goodness it brings to our plates and our health. The story doesn't end with the flavor; it's just the beginning of a vibrant culinary and nutritional journey.


PLEASE NOTE:   The supply of fresh wasabi rhizomes in America has been under increasing demand pressure for the past few years.  Supply is improving but at the same time environmental pressures have resulted in  delayed and lower harvests.  Overall, many efforts are being made to increase supply, but since it takes up to two years from planting to harvest, these things take time:   The great news is we are closely networked with other cooperative wasabi growers to allow year round deliveries.

Wasabi has been an important, albeit hard to find ingredient in Japanese cuisine for centuries, also known as Japanese horseradish; its Latin name is wasabia japonica.

As any true sushi connoisseur knows, real wasabi rhizomes are a rare hard-to-find treat, but you can get them here; available in 1/2 Lb., 1 Lb, 2 Lb. 3 Lb. and 5 Lb. packages. Beware, if you've never tried the real deal before, you might not be too happy the next time you go to a sushi bar and they serve the green-colored horseradish, AKA wasabi. If you love sushi and have never tried "Real Wasabi", then grated fresh Wasabi japonica rhizomes are a treat you will surely remember fondly. If you've had fresh wasabi before, then please share this special treat with your friends and family.

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Nutraceutical grade wasabi rhizome powder is a high-quality form of wasabi powder that is specifically designed for use in nutraceuticals and dietary supplements. Wasabi rhizome powder is made from the root of the wasabi plant, which is native to Japan and is known for its pungent flavor and potent health benefits.

Nutraceutical grade wasabi rhizome powder is made from high-quality, fresh wasabi rhizomes that have been carefully harvested, dried, and ground into a fine powder. This powder is then processed and packaged in a way that preserves the natural bioactive compounds found in the wasabi root, including isothiocyanates, which are known for their antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

The use of nutraceutical grade wasabi rhizome powder in dietary supplements is growing in popularity due to its potential health benefits. Wasabi powder is often used as a natural flavoring agent and preservative in food products, but its health benefits extend far beyond its flavor. Research has shown that the isothiocyanates found in wasabi may have potential benefits for gut health, immune system function, and cancer prevention.

Our pure, nutraceutical grade Real Wasabi rhizome powder is derived from Organically Grown Wasabia japonica plants, known for their unique pungent flavor profile and powerful health and longevity benefits .

Wasabi supplements offer a concentrated and convenient way to incorporate authentic wasabi into your daily routine. Here are some potential benefits of pure, nutraceutical grade Real Wasabi rhizome powder supplements on health, wellness, and longevity: *

  1. Anti-inflammatory properties:  Real wasabi contains isothiocyanates, sulfur compounds, and polyphenols that have been shown to possess anti-inflammatory properties. These supplements may help reduce inflammation in the body, which can be beneficial for conditions such as arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and asthma. By combating inflammation, they may contribute to overall health and well-being.

  2. Digestive health: Real wasabi has a long history of use as a digestive aid in traditional Japanese medicine. Pure, nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder supplements may support healthy digestion by promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, reducing inflammation in the gut, and improving overall digestion. They can be particularly useful for individuals experiencing digestive issues or seeking to optimize their digestive function.

  3. Antioxidant activity: Real wasabi is rich in antioxidants, which help protect the body against oxidative stress and damage caused by free radicals. Antioxidants play a vital role in maintaining cellular health and may contribute to longevity by reducing the risk of chronic diseases associated with aging, such as heart disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative disorders.

  4. Cardiovascular health: The compounds present in real wasabi, including isothiocyanates, have been linked to potential cardiovascular benefits. Pure, nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder supplements may help lower blood pressure, improve blood flow, and reduce the risk of heart disease. These benefits can have a positive impact on heart health and contribute to longevity.

  5. Immune system support: Real wasabi's antimicrobial properties, attributed to isothiocyanates and other compounds, may strengthen the immune system and help combat infections. Pure, nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder supplements may enhance the body's natural defense mechanisms, making them beneficial for overall immune system support.

  6. Cognitive function: The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of real wasabi's active compounds have been scientifically proven to provide benefits for cognitive function and brain health. By reducing inflammation and oxidative stress, pure, nutraceutical grade real wasabi rhizome powder supplements help protect against age-related cognitive decline and support optimal brain function.

While pure, nutraceutical grade Real Wasabi rhizome powder supplements offer potential health benefits, it's important to note that individual results may vary. It's always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before incorporating any supplements into your routine, especially if you have specific health concerns or are taking medications.  Additionally, ensure that your supplements are sourced from a reputable manufacturer to ensure quality and purity.

When choosing a nutraceutical grade wasabi rhizome powder, it is important to select a high-quality product from a reputable supplier. Look for products that are made from fresh, high-quality wasabi rhizomes and have been processed and packaged using strict quality control measures. Additionally, be sure to follow dosage guidelines carefully and consult with a healthcare professional before adding any new dietary supplements to your regimen.

* These Statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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   Authentic Wasabia japonica Cultivars

Wasabia japonica, the true wasabi plant, offers a range of cultivars with distinct characteristics in terms of flavor, color, chemistry, and bioactive compounds. Let's explore some notable cultivars, including Mazuma, Daruma, Shogun, Green Thumb, Mikado, Akaoni, and Misho, to understand their origins and unique qualities.

  1. Mazuma: Mazuma is a widely cultivated wasabi cultivar originating from the Shizuoka prefecture in Japan. Developed in the 1950s, Mazuma is renowned for its balanced flavor profile, combining spiciness, sweetness, and earthy undertones. Its rhizomes display a pale green color.

  2. Daruma: Another prominent cultivar from Shizuoka is Daruma, developed in the 1970s. Daruma is known for its vibrant flavor and bright green rhizomes. It offers an intense spiciness with a touch of sweetness, providing a robust wasabi experience.

  3. Shogun: Shogun is a relatively recent addition to wasabi cultivars, originating from the Iwate prefecture in Japan. Introduced in the early 2000s, Shogun offers a milder and delicate flavor compared to Mazuma and Daruma. Its rhizomes have a pale green color with a slight yellowish hue, providing a smooth and subtle spiciness.

  4. Green Thumb: Green Thumb is a cultivar that has gained recognition outside of Japan, particularly in North America. Cultivated in regions with suitable growing conditions, such as the Pacific Northwest in the United States, Green Thumb wasabi exhibits a vibrant green color and delivers a pungent and zesty flavor. Its versatility makes it a popular choice in various culinary applications.

  5. Mikado: Mikado is a unique cultivar known for its distinct flavor and attractive rhizome color. Originating in Japan, Mikado wasabi offers a delicate balance of spiciness and sweetness. Its rhizomes display a striking pale pinkish hue, adding an aesthetic touch to culinary creations.

  6. Akaoni: Akaoni, meaning "red demon" in Japanese, is an intriguing cultivar known for its fiery spiciness. Originating from the Iwate and Nagano prefectures in Japan, Akaoni wasabi features rhizomes with a vibrant red color. It packs a powerful punch, making it a favorite among those seeking an intense wasabi experience.

  7. Misho: Misho is a cultivar originating from the Shizuoka prefecture, sharing its roots with Mazuma and Daruma. Misho wasabi exhibits a unique flavor profile, with a slightly bitter and tangy taste. Its rhizomes possess a pale yellowish-green color, offering a distinct visual appeal.

These cultivars highlight the diversity within the world of Wasabia japonica, each offering its own unique flavor, color, and visual appeal. While the cultivars mentioned above are noteworthy, other variations exist, all sharing the characteristic spiciness associated with authentic Real Wasabi.

Chemically, wasabi cultivars contain bioactive compounds, such as isothiocyanates (ITCs), responsible for the pungency and potential health benefits of wasabi. The precise composition and concentration of these compounds may vary among cultivars. For instance, Mazuma is known for its relatively high levels of glucosinolates, which are precursors to ITCs. Glucosinolates possess antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, contributing to the potential health benefits of consuming authentic wasabi.

In terms of cultivation, wasabi is notorious for being challenging to grow. Efforts are ongoing to develop new cultivars with improved characteristics, including disease resistance and higher yields. These advancements aim to ensure a sustainable supply of genuine wasabi while preserving its unique flavor and healthful properties.

The world of authentic Wasabia japonica cultivars offers a range of flavors, colors, and characteristics. From the well-known Mazuma, Daruma, Shogun, and Green Thumb to the distinctive Mikado, Akaoni, and Misho, each cultivar brings its own distinct profile to the table. The diversity among these cultivars enriches culinary experiences and provides opportunities for culinary exploration. Additionally, ongoing research and cultivation advancements strive to improve the cultivation process, ensuring a consistent supply of genuine and flavorful wasabi.



Real Wasabi Plant Parts

 Wasabi (Wasabia japonica) is a popular plant known for its pungent flavor, often used in Japanese cuisine. Various parts of the wasabi plant, including rhizomes, petioles (stems), leaves, roots, and flowers, contain different nutrients and bioactive compounds that offer various health benefits. Here's a breakdown of the nutrients and beneficial compounds found in each part of the wasabi plant and their potential health benefits:

  1. Wasabi Rhizomes: The rhizomes are the underground stems of the wasabi plant, and they are the most commonly used part in culinary applications.

Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds:

  • Isothiocyanates: The main bioactive compounds in wasabi are the isothiocyanates, such as allyl isothiocyanate, responsible for the plant's pungent flavor. These compounds possess antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Dietary Fiber: Wasabi rhizomes contain dietary fiber, which aids digestion and helps maintain bowel regularity.

Potential Health Benefits:

  • Anti-Microbial Effects: Isothiocyanates in wasabi exhibit antimicrobial properties that may help combat bacterial infections.
  • Anti-Inflammatory Properties: These compounds may help reduce inflammation and alleviate symptoms in inflammatory conditions.
  1. Wasabi Petioles (Stems): The petioles, also known as stems or stalks, are often utilized in traditional Japanese dishes.

Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds:

  • Similar to the rhizomes, the petioles also contain isothiocyanates and dietary fiber.

Potential Health Benefits:

  • Digestive Health: The dietary fiber in wasabi petioles can support digestive health by promoting regular bowel movements and preventing constipation.
  1. Wasabi Leaves: Wasabi leaves are less commonly used in culinary dishes but have their own nutritional benefits.

Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds:

  • Polyphenols: Wasabi leaves contain various polyphenols, such as flavonoids and catechins, which act as antioxidants.
  • Vitamins and Minerals: These leaves are a good source of vitamins C and A, as well as minerals like potassium and calcium.

Potential Health Benefits:

  • Antioxidant Activity: The polyphenols in wasabi leaves can scavenge free radicals in the body and reduce oxidative stress, potentially lowering the risk of chronic diseases.
  • Immune Support: Vitamin C contributes to a healthy immune system, helping the body defend against infections and illnesses.
  • Bone Health: Calcium and potassium are essential for maintaining strong bones and preventing osteoporosis.
  1. Wasabi Roots: The roots of the wasabi plant are not as commonly used in culinary dishes but may have potential health benefits.

Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds:

  • Glucosinolates: Wasabi roots contain glucosinolates, which are precursors to isothiocyanates and contribute to the plant's characteristic pungency.

Potential Health Benefits:

  • Potential Anti-Cancer Properties: Glucosinolates are believed to have anti-cancer effects, particularly in inhibiting the growth of cancer cells.
  1. Wasabi Flowers: The flowers of the wasabi plant are also not widely used in cooking, but they may have certain health benefits.

Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds:

  • Quercetin: Wasabi flowers contain quercetin, a flavonoid known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Potential Health Benefits:

  • Antioxidant Support: Quercetin can help neutralize free radicals and reduce oxidative stress, contributing to overall health.

It's important to note that while wasabi and its various parts contain beneficial compounds, they are typically consumed in small quantities in culinary dishes, and their potential health benefits may be limited in that context. Additionally, the specific nutrient content may vary depending on the growing conditions, cultivation methods, and plant maturity.

As with any nutritional or nutraceutical considerations, it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian for personalized advice and guidance.

compounds in real wasabi leaves are reputed to stimulate hair follicles. what are those compounds and how do they work.  Real wasabi leaves contain certain compounds that are believed to stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth. The key compounds responsible for this effect are still being researched, but some potential bioactive substances in wasabi leaves include:
  1. Isothiocyanates: Isothiocyanates are sulfur-containing compounds found in various cruciferous vegetables, including wasabi. They are known to possess antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties may help maintain a healthy scalp and reduce inflammation, which could indirectly support hair growth.

  2. Polyphenols: Wasabi leaves contain polyphenols, which are antioxidants. These compounds help protect cells from oxidative stress and may promote a healthy scalp environment, which is essential for optimal hair growth.

  3. Quercetin: As mentioned earlier, quercetin is a flavonoid found in wasabi flowers and leaves. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that may contribute to a healthy scalp and promote hair follicle stimulation.

How these compounds work to stimulate hair follicles:

The exact mechanisms by which these compounds stimulate hair follicles are not fully understood and require further scientific investigation. However, some potential ways they may work include:

  1. Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Inflammation can be a contributing factor to hair loss or reduced hair growth. The anti-inflammatory properties of compounds in wasabi leaves may help reduce inflammation in the scalp, creating a more favorable environment for hair follicles to thrive.

  2. Antioxidant Activity: Oxidative stress can damage hair follicles and impede hair growth. The antioxidants in wasabi leaves may neutralize free radicals and protect hair follicles from oxidative damage, supporting their healthy functioning.

  3. Scalp Health: The antimicrobial properties of isothiocyanates may help keep the scalp free from harmful microorganisms, preventing scalp infections that could negatively affect hair growth.

It's important to note that while there may be some promising compounds in real wasabi leaves that could potentially stimulate hair follicles, more research is needed to establish their specific effects on hair growth and understand the optimal ways to utilize them for hair health.

As with any potential natural remedies, it's essential to approach them with a balanced perspective. While incorporating fresh, real wasabi leaves into your diet or using products containing these compounds may have some positive effects, they are unlikely to be a standalone solution for severe hair loss or medical conditions affecting hair growth. If you have concerns about hair health or hair loss, it's best to consult with a healthcare professional or a dermatologist to determine the underlying causes and appropriate treatment options.

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Types of Authentic Real Wasabi Powders, Common Uses and Bioactive Compounds

Real Wasabi, scientifically known as Wasabia japonica, is a popular Japanese condiment famous for its unique, pungent flavor and vibrant green color. Traditionally, fresh wasabi is prepared by grating the fresh rhizome of the plant. However, due to its limited availability and high cost, various types of authentic wasabi powders have been developed to offer a convenient and accessible alternative. 

Here we will explore different types of authentic wasabi powders, their bioactive compounds, colors, taste profiles, and various applications, including wasabi leaf powder, wasabi root powder, wasabi stem powder, and culinary blends.

  1. Wasabi Leaf Powder: Wasabi leaf powder is made by carefully drying and grinding the leaves of the Wasabia japonica plant. It possesses a vibrant green color and a mild, slightly sweet flavor. Bioactive compounds found in wasabi leaf powder include glucosinolates, such as sinigrin, which are known for their potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Wasabi leaf powder is commonly used as a seasoning in salads, dressings, and marinades.

  2. Wasabi Root Powder: Wasabi root powder is created by freeze-drying or dehydrating the rhizome of the Wasabia japonica plant and grinding it into a fine powder. It exhibits a pale green to light yellow color and delivers a strong, pungent flavor characteristic of wasabi. The primary bioactive compound in wasabi root powder is allyl isothiocyanate, which possesses antimicrobial and potentially anticancer properties. Wasabi root powder is widely used in Japanese cuisine, particularly for sushi, sashimi, and dipping sauces.

  3. Wasabi Stem Powder: Wasabi stem powder is derived from the fibrous stems of the Wasabia japonica plant. It features a pale green color and a milder flavor compared to wasabi root powder. The bioactive compounds in wasabi stem powder are similar to those found in the root powder, including allyl isothiocyanate. Wasabi stem powder is commonly used as a flavoring agent in soups, stir-fries, and pickled vegetables.

  4. Wasabi Culinary Blends: Culinary blends of wasabi powders combine different parts of the Wasabia japonica plant to achieve a balanced and nuanced flavor profile. These blends often include a combination of the root, stem, and leaf powders. They can vary in color, ranging from light green to pale yellow. The bioactive compounds present in culinary blends are a combination of those found in each component. Culinary blends of wasabi powders find extensive use in a wide range of dishes, such as sauces, dressings, noodles, and snacks.

Authentic wasabi powders provide a convenient and versatile alternative to fresh wasabi, allowing individuals to enjoy the distinct flavor and vibrant green color associated with traditional Japanese cuisine. Wasabi leaf powder offers a mild flavor and beneficial glucosinolates, while wasabi root powder delivers a strong, pungent taste and antimicrobial properties. Wasabi stem powder provides a milder alternative to root powder, while culinary blends combine various parts of the Wasabia japonica plant for a balanced flavor. These powders find applications in salads, dressings, soups, sushi, and more, enhancing the taste and nutritional value of a wide range of dishes.

Celebrating the Authenticity of Wasabia Japonica

Real Wasabi Culinary Powders find applications in salads, dressings, soups, sushi, and more, enhancing the taste and nutritional value of a wide range of dishes.  


Classic Real Wasabi Powders allow you to experience the nuanced flavors of authentic Wasabia japonica while enjoying the convenience of a pantry item.   The vast majority of wasabi powders sold worldwide are typically faux blends of horseradish, mustards and food coloring, Our Genuine Wasabi Powder contains ONLY authentic 100% Wasabia japonica.  Absolutely NO fillers, NO horseradish, NO Mustard, NO colorants, NO additives whatsoever. 

100% Real Wasabi Powder is preferred by taste groups and chefs 
Our classic Real Wasabi Powder (culinary blend) is primarily Wasabia japonica Rhizome powder (over 75%) with some stem and leaf powders to enhance flavor, color, and texture. This classic culinary blend is broadly preferred by food packers, manufacturers, sample tastings and chefs for table use as it offers the closest thing to the subtle, nuanced flavor of freshly grated wasabi.  

We offer our classic Pure Wasabi Powder in three sizes of glass jars for consumers and re-sellers. 3/4 oz, 1 1/4 oz, and 2 1/4 oz.  Cases = 12 jars.

Real Wasabi Powder variants available in bulk

In bulk, in addition to our Classic Real Wasabi Powder, we offer 100% pure Wasabia japonica Rhizome powder.  It is a bit more bitter than our culinary blend due to higher concentrations of isothiocyanates.  Nutraceutical formulators or persons focused primarily deriving the nutraceutical value of Wasabia japonica often prefer 100% Pure Rhizome Powder.

For formulators, manufacturers or culinarians who prefer to blend their own, we also offer Wasabi Leaf  and Real Wasabi Stem Powder (1 KG minimum).
All of our Genuine Wasabi Powders are 100% derived from Wasabia japonica plants grown under natural conditions.  While produced using sustainable, all-natural methods, our Real Wasabi powders are not certified organic nor are they kosher certified. 

We do not certify nor assure any specific levels of precursor glucosinolates nor ITC's, but our powders consistently test superior in comparison to other global suppliers.  Having been thoroughly vetted globally by Food manufacturers, Nutraceutical formulators, Breweries, Food Packers and Pharmaceutical firms, we're confident our Pure Wasabi Powders will continue to test superior. 

Our supply typically refreshes two or more times per year so it remains fresh.  Our bulk Real Wasabi Powders are packed in 1 KG Foil Bags, ten (10) per carton, so a full carton contains 10 KG.  This powder remains potent for at least two years if appropriately kept cool, dry and away from light.  

For Real Wasabi wholesale purchasing Information send an e-mail request to doug@realwasabi.com.  Please put "Wholesale Request" as the subject.

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Wabi Sabi Gifts


 In traditional Japanese aesthetics, wabi-sabi (侘寂) is a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.  The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of appreciating beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete" in nature.  It is a concept derived from the Buddhist teaching of the three marks of existence (三法印, sanbōin), specifically impermanence (無常, mujō), suffering (苦, ku) and emptiness or absence of self-nature (空, kū).  Characteristics of wabi-sabi aesthetics and principles include asymmetry, simplicity, economy, austerity, modesty, intimacy, and the appreciation of natural objects and the forces of nature.

With Wabi-Sabi Gifts, we celebrate this aesthetic as well as Japanese kitchenware and the simplicity and individual beauty of handmade products, including our exclusive Wabi-Sabi hand-crafted hardwood offerings of single wide-board sushi boards (geta), fine wooden tableware, serving sets, trays, boxes, cutting boards and kitchen accessories


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Wabi Sabi Gifts are perfect for the gourmet cooks, foodies and Japanese food lovers in your life

Our fine Japanese kitchen gifts include getas that are handmade in North Carolina by skilled craftsmen, and are available in multiple sizes and your choice of hardwood. Handcrafted from sustainable harvested mountain grown black cherry wood or tight grain cypress (hinoki) using painstaking dovetail construction.  

Sushi Pantry's fine crafted Geta beauties are both elegant and rustic. This Japanese kitchenware makes a lovely gift on its own, but if you add a jar of our real wasabi, chopsticks and wasabi dishes, this makes a perfect gift that will be LOVED and remembered for years to come.

For authentic Japanese kitchen essentials and  hard to find specialty items visit our partner site www.sushipantry.com

Sushi Pantry offers a fine selection of high quality Japanese kitchenware and a select variety of real organic food!  Visit often to see whats new, and sign up for our newsletter to stay updated on our new items, sales, recipes and informative articles. 

Also, take a minute to check out our Wabi Sabi Gifts & Kits section for more great products, woodenware and holiday, house warming, wedding or special event gift ideas.  In addition to our lovely gift sets; see our Real Wasabi Powder and Cool Wares


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