- Ichimi (Chili Pepper) : Ichimi Chili Pepper refers to a kind/type/variety of Asian Chili that is most commonly used in Japanese cooking. Ichimi is small, very hot, and red in color. It is available fresh, dried, flakes, or ground as a seasoning for a variety of dishes. Ichimi is also known as Togarashi Chili Pepper.

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