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WASAN OSECHI BOX 2024
Pick Up $280
- 1 set comes with 3 separate boxes
- Portion Size: feeds 3-4 people
- Box Dimensions: 7in(W) x 7in(D) x 7in(H)
(Delivery estimate time: 12/31 8am -12pm)
North(up to 59th street)
East (up to 1st Avenue)
West(up to 8th Avenue)
South (up to city hall)
(Delivery estimate time: 12/31 12pm -3pm)
Long Island City
(Delivery estimate time: 12/31 3pm - 6pm)
Wasan Osechi Box 2024 Menu
A menu will be subject to change depending on the season and market condition!
壱の重 ICHI NO JU (FIRST BOX)
Ikura shoyu-zuke- Salmon roe marinated with soy sauce Red is auspicious color.
Kazunoko- Herring roe
The large number of herring roe symbolizes the prosperity of our offspring.
Gobo Nanbanzuke - Lightly fried marinated burdock
Kinkan Mitsu Ni - Sweeten kumquat
Kuro Mame from Tanba- Sweeten black soy beans
The bean is pronounced ‘mame’ which implies the industriousness and health in Japanese.
Kuri Kinton- Mashed sweet potato and chestnuts
‘Kin’ means gold, which implies our hope to have abundant fortune in the coming year.
Tazukuri- Small dried sardine
A sardine was used as fertilizers in the rice filed in old days. It symbolizes good harvest.
Datemaki- Rolled sweetened egg omelets
It symbolizes a wish for many auspicious days.
弐の重 NI NO JU (SECOND BOX)
Sudori Beni Cabbage - Pickled purple cabbage
Buri Yuan Yaki- Grilled wild yellowtail in Yuan style
Salmon Kobumaki- Simmered salmon wrapped in kelp
Kohaku Namasu- Pickled daikon & carrot
Kikka Kabu - Pickled turnip with a shape of flower
Takiawase- Simmered vegetables
- Bamboo Shoots
- Plum Shaped Carrot
- Plum Shaped Daikon Radish
- Taro Potato
- Snow Pea
参の重（和参重） WASAN JU (THIRD BOX)
Smoked scallop - Apple-chip smoked scallop marinated in soybean oil.
Long Island Duck - Slowly cooked duck
Oyster & Snow Crab Oroshi-Ae –With grated daikon radish
Karasumi -Cured Mullet Roe- – Homemade cured mullet roe with daikon radish.
Salmon Saikyo Yaki – Grilled salmon with Saikyo miso
Tuna & Mushroom Kinuta Maki – Rolled with daikon
Kohaku Musubi Kamaboko- Red & white colored fish cakes
Red color represents the joyfulness and white color represents holiness.