Marutsu Fukujinzuke Pickled Radish, 150 g

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5 / 5

22 reviews

This variety of pickled radish, called fukujinzuke in Japanese, is named after the seven lucky gods of Japanese mythology. It is a staple in many traditional dishes, but most commonly used to garnish Japanese curry, such as famous Katsu Curry, to give it more flavour and a bit of a crunch!

You can also use as a side dish to any Japanese meal or as an ingredient for your onigiri rice balls.
This tear open plastic pouch of fukujinzuke is made from Japanese radish, aubergine, ginger, shiso leaf and sesame.

ITEM ID: #3438

Item Detail


Per 100g:
• Energy: 243kJ/58kcal
• Fat: <0.5g
  (of which Saturates: <0.1g)
• Carbohydrate: 11g
  (of which Sugars: 11g)
• Protein: 1.2g
• Salt: 5.9g

Ingredients and allergens

Brined radish(Radish, Salt), Brined aubergine(Aubergine, Salt), Salt, Glucose-fructose syrup, Brined cucumber(Cucumber, Salt), Hydrolysed wheat protein, Brined ginger (Ginger, Salt) Brined perilla leaves, Sesame seed, Flavour enhancer: E621, Water, Acid: E330, Preservative: E202, Sweetener: E955, Flavour enhancer: E262, Colour: E102, Colour: E129, Colour: E110



2 reviews
It was expensive but made in Japan so I can trust it's safe to eat.
I buy this as it’s the pickle they put in the Wagamama’s salad and I can’t find it anywhere else.