Hokkaido Scallops are wonderful scallops because of their quality, amazing umami and great mouthfeel. These are coveted as scallop sashimi all over the world. It helps that they are farmed in beautiful, snowy Hokkaido.

Scallops are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, healthy fats that can balance cholesterol levels which reduces risk associated with heart diseases. The high magnesium content in scallops can contribute to heart health as well. This mineral helps relax blood vessels, which can lower blood pressure and improve circulation. Magnesium also helps your furkid absorb vitamins and minerals.


A typical serving of scallops is nutritious and packs less than 100 calories.


Like many other fish and shellfish, scallops have an impressive nutritional profile.

Among other things, scallops are a fantastic source of potassium, magnesium, and protein. They are also an excellent source of several trace minerals, including selenium, zinc and copper. These minerals are important to your furkid’s health, yet many not get enough of them.



Magnesium helps your dog absorb vitamins and minerals, and improves heart health.





Including scallops in their diet can provide them with these trace minerals, as well as high-quality protein and anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.

TAKI uses scallops farmed in the waters of Hokkaido, Japan. The natural umami flavours of each scallop is presented in its full glory, because they are single-ingredient, served whole and with no preservative, additives or seasoning. Pure Hokkaido goodness.


Hokkaido is the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, known for its volcanoes, natural hot springs (onsen) and pristine ski areas that makes it a favourite getaway destination

Sapporo, Hokkaido’s main city, famous for Sapporo beer, Sapporo ramen and the annual Sapporo Snow Festival, while Hokadate is a traditional port with charming historical areas and access to some of the freshest seafood found in the Sea of Japan to the west, Sea of Okhotsk to the north and the frigid waters of the Pacific Oceans to the East & South.

These waters are one of the most biologically productive in the world. The upwelling of deep, nutrient-rich ocean waters is highly favourable to marine life. Which explains why Hokkaido is so famous for scallops, fish, crabs, sea urchins, and seaweed.

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