The perfect magic ingredient for a low-carb diet 

Ease and deliciousness  from Japan to the world





Message from a konjac manufacturing company with a history of over 100 years to people all over the world

Do you feel that sugar-free dietary restrictions are hard to follow?
   Do you feel you can’t eat delicious food due to healthy or diet issue?
Do you feel guilty eating?
Do you still feel hungry and unsatisfied after eating?

Advantages

  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Gluten free
  • Ketogenic diet
  • Easy cooking
  • Variety of products choices
  • Easy storage
  • dietary fiber
  • Gluten free

Product features. It's amazing! 

75% cut in sugar and calories
Comparison of pasta and Nakaki noodle
                                Pasta(cooked)   Nakaki
Calories (per 100g)     149 kcal       36 kcal

sugar    (per 100g)     26.9g             6.8g

The pasta in the table is based on the Standard Tables of Food Composition in Japan. 
Nakaki's magic konjac is as reported on the ingredients of our company in the public laboratory.

Really easy to seasoning

No smell or taste, so Nakaki noodle and Nakaki rice  goes well with any seasoning of your choice

Ready to serve right out of the bag

Warm it by microwave, the taste spreads in an instant which shortens the cooking time.

Always the texture of Altende and the same taste

Great for families with different meal times.

1 year storage at room temperature 

It has long shelf life, 1 year storage at room temperature, so it can be used as a stock food.

We will deliver safety and security!

We acquired FSSC 22000 in August 2019, and thorough quality control is being carried out.

Ready to serve right out of the bag

Warm it by microwave, the taste spreads in an instant which shortens the cooking time.

Export products

Nakaki noodle
New texture like hand made fresh noodle, especially when seasoning with creamy pasta sauce, it's excellent!
Nakaki ramen
Thin noodles of the ramen type.
Delicious with ramen soup or stir fry.
Nakaki rice
Just mix Nakaki rice cooking with the same amount of ordinary rice, you can reduce half calories of your meal, fried rice or risotto.
Nakaki rice
Just mix Nakaki rice cooking with the same amount of ordinary rice, you can reduce half calories of your meal, fried rice or risotto.

We Japanese always say:"If it not looks good, The meal will not be delicious." So we have these three different noodles, for you to easily create your own delicious meal like a professional Japanese chef. Your creativity is unlimited...

Nakaki noodle Carrot
Great for a well-balanced salad with plenty of vegetables.
Nakaki noodle Pumpkin
Fry lightly and add tomato and some of your favorite ingredients.
Nakaki noodle Spinach
Basil, broccoli and shrimp are excellent with green noodles.

Nakaki magic konjac noodle and konjac rice background story

As we all know, the Japanese people are one of the longest-living people in the world. The plant konjac, which plays an important role in the healthy diet of the Japanese, has been used in the Japanese diet for hundreds of years. NAKAKI Food Co., Ltd., located in Aichi Prefecture, is Japan's most famous and time-honored manufacturer of konjac products. It has now spanned over 100 years of history. In the hands of Mr. Toshikazu Nakamura, the third-generation helm, it has developed nearly two hundred konjac products, which are supplied to major retail and catering food services in Japan, far ahead of their peers. In supermarkets, restaurants, and e-commerce sales networks wherever there is konjac, the name NAKAKI will appear.

Company Profile・History

Nakaki Foods Co., Ltd. was founded in 1914 and has a successful history of over 100 years. The company is dedicated to manufacturing healthy konjac products.
Konjac is a traditional Japanese food that is often used in Japanese foods such as simmered dishes, oden and hot pot. Konjac is an ingredient that is known throughout Japan.
Nakaki spent years developing its magic konjac products. In 2018, people who loved Nakaki magic konjac products started selling them in Japan and Taiwan. We found that the number of customers was increasing and we got lots of requests to increase production.

■Company Profile

Business Name: Nakaki Food Co., Ltd.
Main business activities: Production of Konjac, Tokoroten, Jelly, Daily dishes etc.

Address:
[Headquarters]
38 Dobu Mukuicho Inazawa Aichi Japan 492-8446
TEL: +81 587-36-7211 FAX: +81 587-36-7215

[Registered Address]
2-9-16 Higashisakura Higashiku Nagoya
Aichi 461-0005


CEO: Toshikazu Nakamura
Established: October 5, 1914


The history of development
  (Nakaki noodle and Nakaki rice)

All line up

These are our products being sold in supermarkets in Japan. Currently, we produce over 200 different products.

Traditional Konjac Food

Konjac has been popular in Japan as an ingredient since the 700s. It is mainly used in "Oden", ”Sukiyaki”, ”Syabusyabu" traditional Japanese common foods in daily life.

Konjac Ramen, Konjac Pasta and Konjac Rice

About 30 years ago, we started to use rich dietary fiber konjac in developing healthy products as an alternative to “rice”, “noodle” and “pasta”.
Now, we develop our magic products for the purpose of carbohydrate restrictions and diet foods.

Konjac Jelly

About 20 years ago, we established the technology of konjac jelly that has the function of cleaning the large intestine in Japan.
Adding rich dietary fiber konjac ingredients into jelly was a big boom.

Nakaki noodles, Nakaki ramen and Nakaki rice

It took more than 7 years to develop our magic Nakaki noodles, ramen and rice.
They are easy storage, easy seasoning and texture better.
We are proud of our technology to lead the world in creating these magic konjac products. 

Company History

(The first generation)
Kihyoue Nakamura


The first generation Kihyoe Nakamura trained in konjac making with the desire to start a business and set up a factory. He laid the foundation for the manufacture of our konjac products.
(The second generation)
became company CEO
Hironobu Nakamura

The second generation, Hironobu Nakamura, created a union organization so that konjac manufacturers all over Japan can manage konjac in a stable manner, and contributed to society by becoming the chairman.
(The third generation)
became company CEO

Toshikazu Nakamura
The 3rd generation, Toshihikazu Nakamura, has developed a new line of tasty products that enhances all the benefits of konjac and has started shipping konjac to the world in order to widely inform all people of the healthy deliciousness of this traditional Japanese konjac food.
(The third generation)
became company CEO

Toshikazu Nakamura
The 3rd generation, Toshihikazu Nakamura, has developed a new line of tasty products that enhances all the benefits of konjac and has started shipping konjac to the world in order to widely inform all people of the healthy deliciousness of this traditional Japanese konjac food.
1914 Nakamura Shouten Co,. Ltd founded by Kihyoue Nakamura. (The first generation)
In Hisaya-cho, Naka-ku, Nagoya city, Aichi Pref
1928 Relocated to the registered address 2-9-16 Higashisakura Higashi-ku Nagoya city Aichi Pref
1948 Hironobu Nakamura
(The second generation) became company CEO
1972 Company name changed to Nakaki Food Co,.Ltd.
1983 Established Hokubu wholesale market Branch
1987 Toshikazu Nakamura
(The third generation) became company CEO
1996 Production of processed food started
2000 Production of sweets started
2014
100th anniversary of founding
2018 Opened Konjac Pasta restaurant in Nagoya city Japan
2019 Obtained FSSC 22000 Certificate
2021
America export started
1948 Hironobu Nakamura
(The second generation) became company CEO

Popular Nakaki Products in Japan markets

Konjac & Tokoroten
Konjac
Konjac Jelly
Nakaki noodle, rice & ramen
Sugar cut  Nakaki cup noodle
Sugar cut  Nakaki cup noodle

Reference cooking examples
You can easily cook all traditional dishes from around the world using Nakaki products. Please see some of our favorite dishes pictured.

Also be sure to send us your own creative dishes using Nakaki products to add to our website collection.

All of these dishes are using Nakaki magic konjac products.

Noodle

Tomato
 Mentaiko
Genovese
Crab
Cream
Soup
Genovese

Rice

Fried Rice
Rice Porridge
Risotto
Nasi Goreng
Paella
Curry
Risotto

Ramen

Syouyu Ramen
Spicy Ramen
Fried Noodle
Fried Noodle
 Stew Ramen
Teppannyaki  Noodle
Fried Noodle

Cake & Bread

Mini Cake
Bread
Pancake
Vegetable Cake
Pizza
Bagel
Pancake

Salad

Others

Konjac Sheet
Konjac Tapioca
Konjac Mochi
Konjac Coffee Jelly
Yogurt
Ahijo
Konjac Mochi

Restaurant Nakaki

Cooking Example Recipes

The Basic Peperoncino (Italian Pasta)

Ingredients (single serving)

Nakaki noodle  ······ 1 bag

(A)

Olive oil  ······ 2 tabelspoons

Garlic  ······ 1 clove

Red bell pepper  ······ one

Bacon  ······ 3 slices (4 oz)

(B)

Bouillon  ······ 1/2 cup

*Consomme soup or chicken soup

Water  ······ 1 cup

Parsley sticer

Dry chili pepper


Preparation:

1.Cut the bacon into fine pieces.
2.Cut the garlic clove into thin slices
3.Cut the red bell pepper in half and remove the seeds inside, chop to small cubes.

 

Cooking instructions:

1.Put olive oil in a sauce pan and add garlic, slowly stir fry over medium heat.
2.Once smelling the aroma of the garlic, add the bacon and continue stir fry.
3.Gently knead the noodles in order to separate the noodles and then add it to the sauce pan on a low heat, continue stir fry.
4.Add ingredients (B) and continue to stir fry.
5.Once stir fry well, add parsley and the dry chili pepper, mix well as your personal choice.

 


Tomato Cheese Risotto

Ingredients (single serving)

Nakaki rice  ······ 1 bag

Olive oil  ······ 1 tablespoon

(A)

Cooked sausage  ······ two (5 oz)

Onion  ······ 1/4 (1/2 cup)

Garlic  ······ 1 clove

(B)

Tomato paste  ······ 1.5 cups

Tomato  ······ 1 medium size (3.5 oz)

Bouillon  ······ 3/4 cup (6.8 oz)

*Consomme soup or chicken soup

Parmesan cheese  ······ 1/2 cup

Pepper  ······ pinch

Basil pieces

Preparation:

1.Finely chop the sausage, onion, and garlic 2.Cut the tomato in chunks (medium size) 3.Gently knead the rice to make it soft and separate.

 

Cooking Instructions:

1.Add the olive oil into a sauce pan, heat on the medium fire, add ingredients (A )and stir fry.
2.Add tomato, continue to stir fry.
3.Add rice and ingredients (B) to the pan, mix well, turn the fire to be medium heat, cook 5 minutes till see the liquid reduced.
4.Add parmesan cheese and pepper, thoroughly mix well.
5.Pour to a serving plate, top with dry parmesan cheese and basil per your personal preference.




Nakaki Rice Vegetable Salad

Ingredients (servers four)

Nakaki rice  ······ 1 bag

 

(A)

Cucumber  ······ 1/2 ( mediem size)

Bell peppers (red and yellow)  ······ 1/2 of each

Celery  ······ 1 stick

Purple cabbage  ······ 2 slices


Salad Dressing  ······ 4 teaspoons

Tomato  ······ 1/2   

Chervil few slices


Preparation:

Cut the cucumber, bell peppers, purple cabbage, celery, tomato, and chervil into easy-to-eat small cubes.

 

Cooking Instructions:

1.Gently knead Nakaki rice to make it soft and separate. Add rice and chopped vegetables into a salad bowl, drizzle the salad dressing and toss well.
2.Put to the individual glasses or serving plates. Add your preference topping as decoration. i.e. tomato and chervil.













Shrimp with Tomato Cream Pasta

Ingredients(Single serving)

Nakaki noodle  ······ 1 bag

Olive oil  ······ 1 tablespoon

Garlic  ······ 1 clove

Onion  ······ 1/2 (medium size)

Shrimp medium size 6 to 7

Tomato sauce  1 can  ······ 6 oz

Chicken bouillon  ······ 1/2 cup

*Consomme soup or chicken soup

Sugar  ······ 1 teaspoon

Fresh cream  ······ 1/2 cup

Salt  ······ 1/2 teaspoon

Pepper  ······ pinch

*Parsley

*Grated cheese

 

Preparation:

1.Peel the shrimp and remove the dark strings from the back. Rinse clean.
2.Finely chop the garlic and onion.

 

Cooking Instructions:

1.Add the olive oil into a sauce pan on the lowest heat. Add the garlic and onion and stir fry.

2.Once onion transparent add the shrimp, continue stir fry.
3.Add the tomato sauce turn to medium fire.
4.When the tomato sauce reduced 2/3, add the fresh cream.
5.Gently knead Nakaki noodles from outside bag, to make noodles soft and separate. Add it to the sauce pan and mix well.
6.Pour to serving plates, topping with parsley and grated cheese to your personal preference.

Chicken Pho (Chicken Rice Noodles)

Ingredients  (Single serving)

Nakaki noodle  ······ 1 bag

Chicken breast  ······ two pieces (about 3.5 oz)

Water  ······ 1 and 3/4 cups

(A)
Chicken stock cube  ······ 1/2 cup

Nam Pla (fish sauce)  ······ 1/2 cup

*You can add any vegetable ingredients you like for topping, i.e. green onion, bean sprout or leeks. There are unlimited toppings for pho (rice noodles)

 

Cooking Instructions:

1.Remove the fat oil from chicken breasts. Put the clean chicken breast in a pot and add water. Turn the fire on to boil it.
2.After the water has boiled, remove any foam on the water surface. Simmer for 5 minutes on low heat. When the chicken breast has cooked, take it out to cool down, cut the chicken breast into easy-to-eat chicken strips.
3.Add ingredient (A) and Nakaki noodle into the pot with the cooked chicken breast stock. Cook additional 2-3 minutes.
4.Pour cooked noodles into a bowl and add the chicken strips.
5.Add your favorite ingredients as toppings.

*The picture is chicken strips, purple cabbage, boiled shrimp, cilantro and lime as toppings.









Pancakes

Ingredients (Single serving)

Nakaki rice ······1bag

(A)
Eggs ······2 

Sugar ······5 tbsp  

Salt ······1/2 tsp

Milk  ······1 cup (8 oz)

(B)
Cake flour ······1 and 1/2 cups  

Baking powder 2 tsp

Add fresh cream, fresh fruit to taste



Cooking Instructions:

1.Combine (A) into a big bowl, mix well sugar is melted.
2.Then add Nakaki rice mix well.
3.Using rubber spatula to continue mix while slowly adding (B) into the bowl, mix well.
4.Spray PAM into a sauce pan, heat the pan with medium fire, add proper portion of mixed flour from the bowl, grill around 3 mins.
5.When see little bubbles coming out on the surface, turn over to the other side, continue grill 2 mins, turn the fire off. Pancake should be golden brown color both sides.


















Nakaki Rice Vegetable Salad

Ingredients (servers four)

Nakaki rice  ······ 1 bag

 

(A)

Cucumber  ······ 1/2 ( mediem size)

Bell peppers (red and yellow)  ······ 1/2 of each

Celery  ······ 1 stick

Purple cabbage  ······ 2 slices


Salad Dressing  ······ 4 teaspoons

Tomato  ······ 1/2   

Chervil few slices


Preparation:

Cut the cucumber, bell peppers, purple cabbage, celery, tomato, and chervil into easy-to-eat small cubes.

 

Cooking Instructions:

1.Gently knead Nakaki rice to make it soft and separate. Add rice and chopped vegetables into a salad bowl, drizzle the salad dressing and toss well.
2.Put to the individual glasses or serving plates. Add your preference topping as decoration. i.e. tomato and chervil.