Hichimi togarashi is a Japanese term for mixed hot spices for table use. The seven (7) flavors of Hichimi togarashi are: red pepper (togarashi), ground sansho pepper pods, dried mandarin orange peel, black hemp seeds or white poppy seeds, nori seaweed bits, and white sesame seeds

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