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JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD TSUKUDANI FROM TSUKIJI – ONE MORE BOWL OF PORRIDGE PLEASE!

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Hi there

Whenever I am in Japan, I will make it a point to go to Tsukiji to eat Sushi and also walk around the wet market to do some shopping. 🙂

JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD

I also like to get the stewed seafood like scallops, shishamo, tuna and clams as souvenirs to my relatives and friends. In japanese it is called Tsukudani which is stewed seafood like small fishes or clams in soya sauce and mirin and sugar.

japanese stewed preserved seafood

They are very popular because of the rich flavour, which is very sweet and savory, really addictive indeed. I am pretty sure older people will love this.

JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD

Sometimes you can also find it in the airport as well, but it will be more expensive and also you might not be able to get your favourite flavour, so I always stick to Tsukiji. 🙂

JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD

So just why I like it so much? Besides the Oh-my-god flavour, and how good it is when you pair with plain porridge or steaming hot rice.

 

JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD

You know how popular Daiso’s tin can sardines is? because they goes so well with porridge?

JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD

Well just multiply that 10 times more and you will know what I mean. 🙂

And it is especially convenient because they are sold in individual package, and don’t worry if you are unsure what they are or how it taste like, there are many free samples for you to try it out and also they have drawings on the packaging, so you will have no problem differentiating them. 🙂

As I am writing this post, I am already craving for some plain porridge with chai sin and also these delicacies….

JAPANESE STEWED SEAFOOD FROM TSUKIJI – ONE MORE BOWL OF PORRIDGE PLEASE!

Location : Tsukiji shijou A1 exit wet market

Price : 300yen per pack

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Cheers,
Dawn

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