It comes in four flavors; Gettou tea (Okinawan shell ginger), Guava tea, Lantana leaf tea, and an original mixed tea blend called Minaga tea. All teas are dried, ground and packaged by hand.
Natural sea salt made from 100% sea water directly from the local coral reefs. Sea water is reduced over heat for three days and then some is baked and some sun-dried depending on the product itself.
Compared to the standard and very quaffable Jikabi Seifuku, Seifuku Gekkou boasts the original sweet and rich flavors of traditional Okinawan Awamori. To draw out these rich flavors it is distilled at atmospheric pressure, a process favored by Awamori connoisseurs.
Brown Sugar Ginger Syrup is made with sugar cane from Hateruma Island. The sweet and rich flavor of the brown sugar goes perfectly with the spicy punch of the ginger. It goes really well on dairy products like ice cream and yogurt, or you can add it to confectionary or drinks.
Andansu in the Okinawan language literally means oil and miso. The local age-old traditional recipe has been passed down the generations and is contains miso paste and the tasty fat of fried pork. The locals enjoy it as a side dish on rice. It’s the staple on Yaeyama district dining tables.
The string parts were designed with gifts in mind. Adding a list of the agricultural products name.
Coco Easy Packaging Design
“Let tin toys become a part of design and fashion” That is the brand mission of SAINT JOHN, hope to redefine a future and to rekindle the innovation for tin toys.
The package design of organic rice and the bowl for a brand which focus on farm products.This concept takes design inspiration from traditional Chinese Rice Container in countryside. With the new structure to interpret the traditional concept, so that “food” and “Container” has become more interesting in the daily life.
Design inspiration originated in two meanings. Overall, it is an auspicious clouds, which the clouds can bring good luck, and it also can be seen as two parts of two opposing dancing phoenixes or cranes.