Like to Cook Fish? This May Be the Soap for You

A great part of living in Japan is all the fresh, delicious fish—but prepare that fish yourself, and your hands are bound to retain a difficult-to-remove odor.

Enter Umibe Co., Ltd., which operates the largest fishing information site in Japan. It has produced and launched Fish Soap, a hand soap made especially for those who deal with fish—professionals and home enthusiasts alike.

Umibe has heard much from its large online fishing community about the unpleasant smell and texture left over by fish and its negative impact, especially on newcomers to seafood cooking, and developed the soap as a solution.

With all-natural ingredients, Fish Soap does not include any petroleum-based compounds, and comes in a tube that’s easy to take anywhere. It’s available on Amazon and through several retailers.

For more details, visit the official site or PR TIMES (Japanese only)

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