- What are umeboshi?
- How do we eat umeboshi?
- Umeboshi is full of good effects for our health
- The umeboshi made at Mikakuan (味覚庵) is very popular in France.
What are umeboshi?
Umeboshi are pickled plums that are dried in the sun after being preserved in salt.
There are a lot of different types of umeboshi ranging from fruity, sour, and salty.
Some Japanese families make umeboshi themselves and you can also buy them in supermarkets.
How do we eat umeboshi?
Traditionally, umeboshi is eaten with rice as a side dish.
There are many different ways to enjoy it.
They are also served with green tea and distilled Japanese alcohol.
In recent years, various plum flavored products have appeared, like jams and syrups.
They go well with sweets, pasta, and bread.
why not trying some of these for special dishes at home?
Umeboshi is full of good effects for our health
Umeboshi was considered as good medicine since ancient times. It is now established that umeboshi has various healthy effects such as recovering from fatigue, improving lifestyle-related diseases, and preventing food poisoning.
Furthermore, plum liquor (梅酒) also has effects such as reducing stress and
leading to comfortable sleep.
I recommend that you drink a glass of plum liquor when you can’t sleep well.
The umeboshi made at Mikakuan (味覚庵) is very popular in France.
Mikakuan was established as an umeboshi specialty shop in 1957. Their umeboshi really are a must-try.
They provide many umeboshi products include plum jams and syrups.
Their products are also sold in Paris, France and are widely shared by the public.
Mikakuan umeboshi was used with chocolate by Chocolatier, JEAN-PAUL HÉVIN in 2016.
The chocolate achieved universal popularity!
- Address：1-4-12, Nakai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
- Opening hours：9：00am-7：00pm
- Closing dates：Sunday・National holiday
- Website：www.mikakuan.com/(Japanese text only)