Nori is a type of seaweed.The thin sheet of nori that is used in sushi, the famous Japanese food, is called "yakinori." It is made from thinly shredded raw nori pressed into a square shape to dry.In most households, nori is often eaten toasted as "yakinori," but it can also be eaten without being dried as "namanori."
Its high nutritional value may be difficult to imagine from its appearance, which resembles a black sheet of paper. It is abundant in nutrients such as proteins, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and iron.
Nori has been produced in Funabashi since ancient times, and the harvest season begins in late November each year.Funabashi Sanbanze nori quickly melts in your mouth, and is characterized by its extremely strong flavor and aroma.