Wasabi or Japanese Horse Radish: Wasabi japonica

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I Love Wasabi:: Offers wasabi sauces, mustards, rub, and dressing.

New Zealand Wasabi Limited:: Includes a guide to the history, cultivation methods and culinary use of wasabi, and sales of Namida brand wasabi products.

Laminaria japonica: Japanese Kelp:: Information from the FAO on the cultivation of this seaweed, mostly grown in China, its biology, habitat, the production cycle, production systems, diseases and their control, production statistics, markets and trade.

Daikon: Japanese Radish:: Information from the New Zealand Institute for Crop and Food Research on the cultivation of this vegetable and its potential. [PDF]

Daily Fresh Radish:: Dutch producer of radishes. Company profile and contact links.

Commodity Growing Guides: Radish:: Factsheet from the NSW Department of Primary Industries including climate and soils, the different varieties available, land preparation, nutrition, spacing, irrigation, weed control, pests, diseases and harvesting.

Japanese Snacks.com:: Provider of popular Japanese snacks, beverages, and health foods. Secure international purchasing and shipping provided.

Soramame: Japanese Broad Bean:: Information from the New Zealand Institute for Crop and Food Research on this crop, its requirements and cultivation. [PDF]

Japanese Green Tea Online:: Green teas plus information on harvesting, preparation, and the health benefits of tea. Japanese teapots and tea sets.

Japanese Rice Cooker Store:: My name is Andrew Cowan. Almost 10 years ago, I moved to Japan and since then have become fascinated with the various ways to cook and eat rice. I love eating rice and want to spread the word that it is both tasty and good for our health. There are rice cookers to suit any budget. Please take a look around the site and see which one you like best. Since moving to Japan, I have used a host of different rice cookers. My rice cooker is the one on th

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