Tsukudani (佃煮) is small seafood, meat or seaweed that has been simmered in soy sauce and sugar. High osmotic pressure preserves the ingredients. Traditionally made tsukudani is preservable and has been favored as a storable side dish in Japanese kitchens since the Edo period.
The main material
Seaweeds: laminaria (昆布), laver (海苔)
Fish: conger eel (穴子), eel (鰻), bonito (鰹), tuna (鮪), ammodytes personatus (玉筋魚), squid (烏賊), dried young sardines (縮緬雑魚)
Shellfish: manila clam (浅蜊), orient clam (蛤), freshwater clam (蜆), oyster (牡蠣)
Mushroom: shiitake mushroom (椎茸)
There is also a region that eat insects, but eat the insect is very few people. Like many other Japanese people, I am not good with insect.
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