Umeboshi(Japanese, pronounced [u͍meboɕi]; literally "dried ume") are pickled ume fruits common in Japan. The word "umeboshi" is often translated into English as "Japanese salt plums," "salt plums" or "pickled plums." Ume (Prunus mume) is a species of fruit-bearing tree in the genus Prunus, which is often called a plum but is actually more closely related to the apricot.[1] Umeboshi are a popular kind of tsukemono (pickles) and are extremely sour and salty. They are usually served as side dishes for rice or eaten on rice balls (often without removing the pit) for breakfast and lunch. They are occasionally served boiled or seasoned for dinner.[2]

Pickled ume which are not dried are called umezuke (梅漬け).

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Ume based products

Uguisu(Japanese bush warbler) Ume extract (30g)

This was made with only Kamiyama’s “Ohshukubai (bush ...

Sales price: 1600 ¥

Kamiyama Dressing, Ume Sesame Ponzu (150ml)

Made with famous Kamiyama Ume plum and Sudachi citrus.

Sales price: 600 ¥

Kamiyama Dressing, Opera Pink Ume (150ml)

With using famous Kamiyama Ume plum, this dressing is made ...

Sales price: 600 ¥

Temogi (Hand-picked) Small-sized Umeboshi (140g)

This Umeboshi is only made with hand-picked fully ripen Ume ...

Sales price: 600 ¥

Temogi (Hand-picked) Large-sized Umeboshi (300g)

This Umeboshi is only made with hand-picked fully ripen Ume ...

Sales price: 1200 ¥

Temogi (Hand-picked) Large-sized Umeboshi (130g)

The Umeboshi was pickled in natural salt and red Shiso ...

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