Name Variations Edit

  • trefoil
  • honeywort
  • Japanese parsley

About Mitsuba Edit

Wikipedia Article About Mitsuba on Wikipedia

Mitsuba (lit. "three leaves") is a herb commonly used in Japanese food. The botanical name is Cryptotaenia japonica. It is native to Japan, China, and Korea. It is very commonly used as a herb flavouring in miso soup, where it goes very well with daikon radish and akadashi-type miso. It is normally sold and used fresh, not dried.

It may become slightly bitter if it is cooked too long.

Mitsuba Recipes Edit

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