• AED 15.75
  • CJ Pickled Sliced Radish (Wasabi)

    백설 쌈무 (와사비)

    320g
    AED 10.50
  • Pickled Radish Whole

    This pickled radish is cold, crunchy, sour with a hint of sweetness. This will make a perfect side dish for any summer BBQ.

    550g
    AED 23.10
  • AED 32.55
  • SeasonedSquid

    Jeotgal or jeot means salted seafood, is a category of salted preserved dishes made with seafood such as shrimps, oysters, clams, fish, and roe.Depending on the ingredients, jeotgal can range from flabby, solid pieces to clear, broth-like liquid.

    AED 57.75

    SeasonedSquid

    AED 57.75
  • Pickled Radish (KKodul)

    꼬들단무지

    220g
    AED 11.55
  • Takuwan (Shinduke) M

    You can slice it thinly and serve as a side dish to enjoy with your steamed rice and other dishes. The older, pungent takuan is sometimes added to stir-fries or braised dishes as it adds a sour note to the dish.

    400g
    AED 12.60
  • SEASONED SQUID

    Solid jeotgal are usually eaten as banchan (side dishes). Liquid jeotgal, called aekjeot (액젓) or fish sauce, is popularly used in kimchi seasoning, as well as in various soups and stews (guk, jijimi, jjigae).[4] As a condiment, jeotgal with smaller bits of solid ingredients such as saeu-jeot (shrimp jeotgal) is commonly served as a dipping sauce with pork dishes (bossam, jokbal, samgyeopsal), sundae (Korean sausage), hoe (raw fish), and a number of soups and stews.

    120g
    AED 26.25

    SEASONED SQUID

    AED 26.25
  • AED 42.00
  • CJ Pickled Sliced Radish (Original)

    비비고 쌈무 (새콤)

    320g
    AED 10.50
  • Gari Shouga, Sushi Ginger (Pink)

    Traditionally, pickled ginger (or gari) is served as a palate cleanser during a meal made up of several courses of sushi. A bite of ginger between the different pieces of sushi allows you to distinguish the distinct flavors of each fish.

    AED 32.55
  • Yama Gobo, Pickled Burdock

    A delicious pickle is a beautiful thing, and Japan happens to have them in droves. Ranging in flavour from quite sweet to intensely sour, Japanese pickles are used in all sorts of Japanese cooking. hether it be rolled into your sushi, laid on top of your rice, or served by itself in a little side dish, pickles are a frequent lunch, dinner, and snacktime companion in Japan.

    1000g
    AED 105.00
  • Non Muslim

    Umeboshi

    The perfect rice companion.

    One of Japan’s most popular pickled treats just got better. This delectable sour and tart delicacy is great on its own as a light snack, as a flavour-packed topping for white rice or when rolled up in onigiri.Have been pickled in salt with no additives.

    230g
    AED 18.90

    Umeboshi

    AED 18.90
  • Hajikami Shouga M (Ginger roots)

    Ginger sprouts you can stylishly incorporate the zesty flavour of ginger into your cooking. Pickled in salt and seasoned with perilla leaves, these sticks of pink ginger are regularly used in the presentation of high-end Japanese cuisine or paired with grilled fish dishes. They can also be used to cleanse the pallet between courses.

    400g
    AED 28.35
  • Hachimitsu Umeboshi Honey (Toraya) no

    The perfect rice companion.

    One of Japan’s most popular pickled treats just got better. Made with no additives, these pickled plums have been seasoned with honey, vinegar and sugar to balance out the rich sour flavour with irresistible sweetness. These are best enjoyed with rice or sake.

    230g
    AED 15.75
  • Chuka Wakame

    One of the most popular Otsumami (snack/appetizer) to go with beers and sakes, Chuka Wakame is also popular as a side dish in bentos or in a salad! Easy and convenient, all you need to do is thaw and toss into your salad.

    1000g
    AED 61.95

    Chuka Wakame

    AED 61.95

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