Matsutake Mushroom Buds From Tamba, Kyoto, Cooked on a With a Variety of Cooking Methods

This video shows cooking with matsutake tsubomi from Tanba, Kyoto, which are considered to be one of the best matsutake mushrooms available.

Matsutake mushrooms are known as a high quality food in Japan and are in season from late August to early November.
The Tanba region of Kyoto, as introduced in the video, is famous for its matsutake mushrooms, especially the matsutake tsubomi (buds), which are considered to be of the highest quality.

In the video, they create a variety of dishes, including steamed matsutake mushrooms in an earthenware pot, baked matsutake mushrooms in tsutsumi-yaki style, matsutake mushroom rice cooked in an earthenware pot, and "Shin-Tamba," a Japanese sake from Tamba which contains charcoal-grilled matsutake mushrooms.

It's a high-end product, so it's hard to find, but when you do get it, it's good to know what to do with it!

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Sep. 15, 2020
Japan
新井 美紀(Miki Arai)
I mainly write articles about food. I've been a writer for three years.
Try Kyoto's Finest Matsutake Mushrooms, the Matsutake Tsubomi From Tamba, in a Variety of Dishes!
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