Vinegar-pickled daikon radish and salted salmon - a traditional taste of fishing communities
Hasami Zuke, which literally translates as ‘sandwiched pickles’, is pickled vegetables and seafood that have traditionally been made in fishing communities in Hokkaido. The recipe is simple, and it can be made with a variety of seafood, such as salmon, crabs, herring roe, and scallops. With the rich taste of the seafood and the crisp and juicy vegetables, Hasami Zuke is a perfect combination of local ingredients. It is one of the best known dish of Hokkaido.