Anniversary Sale

Tsukudani is a rice condiment traditionally made from simmering left-over ingredients in a savory broth until they become a syrupy paste. The result is a deeply savory, satisfying snack that provides contrast to freshly cooked white rice.

This condiment is ubiquitous in Japan for small children. If you have a picky eater at the table, just smear this stuff over anything – rice, broccoli, pasta, and they'll eat it right up!

The sketch on the lid of the jar is titled "My Girlfriend" by six-year-old Asahi Shimada.


  • Capacity: 5.78 oz
  • Packing: Glass jar 
  • Made in Japan