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Gujo pickled wasabi

Generally, pickled wasabi is most often prepared with finely-chopped and salt-pickled wasabi roots and stalks, which are then mixed in aged sake lees with salt, sugar and other ingredients. But the pickled wasabi made in the Wara area in Gujo City is different; it is prepared by first salting wasabi plants, washing them with boiling water and pickling them in soy sauce with dashi or sanbaizu, a mixture of vinegar, soy source and sugar or mirin. Furthermore, they are pickled for two to three days to further bring out the spiciness of the wasabi.
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Wasabi-ya Industry Co.,Ltd.
Hachiman-cho, Gujo City

AddressGocho 1-8-1, Hachiman-cho, Gujo City
Phone Number0575-67-9033
Opening Hour10:00~18:00
HolidayWednesday
Parking Capacity7 cars
Access Approx. 3 minutes by car from Gujo Hachiman I.C. of Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway
Approx. 15 minutes' walk from Gujo Hachiman Station of Nagaragawa Railway
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A spicy yet soft sensation spreads through your nose; a delicious moment that starts with wasabi
Generally, pickled wasabi is most often prepared with finely-chopped and salt-pickled wasabi roots and stalks, which are then mixed in aged sake lees with salt, sugar and other ingredients. But the pickled wasabi made in the Wara area in Gujo City is different; it is prepared by first salting wasabi plants, washing them with boiling water and pickling them in soy sauce with dashi or sanbaizu, a mixture of vinegar, soy source and sugar or mirin. Furthermore, they are pickled for two to three days to further bring out the spiciness of the wasabi.
Service periodAll year round
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<Messages from the Staff> We are very particular about the ingredients and taste.Spicy, but delicious wasabi.Try them, and enjoy.