Tsukemono
Best restaurants you can enjoy Tsukemono [漬物:Tsukemono] in Japan! Tsukemono is a type of pickles in Japan. Unlike vinegared pickles in other countries, Japanese ones use a variety of vegetables like radish, cucumber, gobo, carrot, etc, and typically, they are seasoned simply by salt. However, depending on parts of Japan, Tsukemono is seasoned in different ways.
Posts about Tsukemono

All About Nukazuke, the Wonderful Japanese Pickles (+Recipe)

Nukazuke is a type of pickle that has been made for hundreds of years in Japan. The pickling method involves soaking the desired vegetables in a fermented rice bran mixture. The resulting pickles are not only delicious, but also rich in probiotics, which make for a happy digestive system.

Popular Posts about Tsukemono

1

All About Nukazuke, the Wonderful Japanese Pickles (+Recipe)

DeLong

Recommended For You!

1

RECORD BAR analog: the BEST music bar in Tokyo with a retro vibe

favy
2

Ginza's Fanciest Ramen Features Wagyu Beef and Is Totally Worth ¥1,500!

favy
3

Coconut Glen's Coconut Ice Cream is a Must-Try in Omotesando!

favy
4

[Kyoto] Try Real Sumo Wrestler's Shabu-Shabu at 'Ton Shabu Hide!'

favy
5

Standing Yakiniku Restaurant Jiromaru Has Some Amazing Meats to Try!

favy

Events

Sanrio Puroland's Zombie Night

Jun 08, Sat ~

Vintage Sake Renaissance 2019

Apr 21, Sun ~