What is Brown sugar?
Still today, Okinawa’s brown sugar is produced in the traditional way of boiling down sugar cane sap. Characterized by its taste and flavor, it is becoming more and more popular as a natural food. Compared to regular sugar, Okinawan brown sugar is rich in calcium, iron and potassium, and therefore highly regarded as a health ingredient both in Japan and overseas. In Okinawa it is consumed to ward off fatigue, and is also quite popular as a sweet or as a snack with tea.
"Okinawa kokuto (brown sugar) " sauced from blessings of nature.
Okinawa kokuto made from sugar cane which is contains rich nutrition. Sugar cane grown in fertile soil and energy of sun. Nature is very important ingredient for Okinawa kokuto.