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Citrus At Market
Citrus At Market
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Baby Tempura
The baby eggplant was cute. Behind that are two baby zucchini's. The yellow piece behind is the skeleton of a bony fish cooked to be like a chip or cracker. This was served with a green salt.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Fourth Trip to Japan > Gunma > Baby Tempura

Variety Of Citrus
Variety Of Citrus
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Variety Of Citrus

Root Vegetables In Baskets
Root Vegetables In Baskets
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Root Vegetables In Baskets

Red Chili Peppers
These are beautiful peppers, but sold in such small quantities - you would go broke trying to make some Chinese dishes. Compare the presentation with Peppers for sale in Seattle's Public Market.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Red Chili Peppers

Market With Palm Trees
Market With Palm Trees
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Market With Palm Trees

Ume Pickled Plums
The plums are very bitter - I believe some people eat them when they are sick, but they often served with plain rice.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Ume Pickled Plums

Tomatoes
Tomatoes
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Tomatoes

Mushrooms In Baskets
I believe these are shitake mushrooms - I didn't see anything else.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Mushrooms In Baskets

Tsukemono (Japanese Pickles)
There are about as many varieties of pickles as there are towns in Japan. Nice places have little sample boxes that let you taste them because there is a huge variety in the flavors available.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Tsukemono (Japanese Pickles)

Daikon
Daikon comes is a variety of sizes, but this was some of the largest. Considering this grows in the ground, it's amazingly clean.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Daikon

Bamboo Shoots
This is the root of the bamboo tree and the prices are very reasonable - the same price in Canada generally buys a much smaller root that has been preserved.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kochi > Bamboo Shoots

Gift Melons
The cantalope are almost reasonable at about $12 each (vs 4 or 5 in Canada).
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kumamoto > Gift Melons

Wasabi Growing In Field
The Wasabi seems to need this gravel/high water type arrangement to grow.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Matsumoto > Wasabi Growing In Field

Trimmed Wasabi
This is the final product that is sold. Chuncks this size would sell for about 600 Yen - I've bought cheaper on Granville Island, but not this fresh.
Tags: Japan, produce

John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Matsumoto > Trimmed Wasabi