top of page

Shipping is calculated by computer and is not always accurate. When in doubt, feel free to email me a list of the items you would like to order, and I'll get back to you with an accurate amount. Another option is to place the items you'd like in your cart, take a picture of your screen with the order, and email it to me. If you use the web page shipping algorithm and are overcharged, I'll certainly notify you and refund the difference.

When in doubt, please contact me first.


Komon nuka is a defatted form of rice bran. It's used in making rice-paste resist to help give body to the paste as well as to reduce stickiness.

   Balancing your ratio of mochiko:nuka will help you to achieve the perfect paste for every project. For more information, see John's How To section, Japanese Rice-Paste Resist.


Two-pound bag. Keep refrigerated to avoid bugs.

komon nuka

  • Programs John Offers Related to This Topic

    I also conduct a full range of natural dye and katazome paste resist programs via Zoom and in person. Be sure to check out my workshop page or sign up for my newsletter to be the first to find out!

bottom of page