Yao Waka Gobo (Burdock roots)

Product Name Yao Waka Gobo (Burdock roots)
Category vegetables
Special Feature traditional-vegetables
Product Description In Yao, a unique farming method involves seeding in September, harvesting in December, and collecting the newly grown shoots, resulting in a distinctive soft and easy-to-eat texture. Revered as a herald of spring, this vegetable is sometimes known as "yaa gonbo," likely due to being bundled together like arrows for shipment. At Hatanaka Farm, cultivating produce for three generations, exclusively uses seeds collected from their own harvests. The excellent flavor, with a mild bitterness, makes it versatile for various dishes like braising, tempura, pasta, and more.

生産情報

Annual Production/Manufacturing Quantity 40,000 bunches
Available Period
Beginning of Season Early February
End of Season Early April

Procurement Information

Order Lead Time Within one week
Delivery Method Delivery service
Delivery Area Nationwide
Remarks Regarding Cases Cases from 3 to 10 bunches. For more orders, please consult with us. Please place your order through our website.
Storage Temperature Zone Refrigerated
Certification eco-agricultural-products
Other Certification Acquired Regional Specialty Product Meister