What is Oshinko?

If you prefer not to consume meat, you need not be left out at Wild Wasabi’s Lynnwood sushi restaurant. Even if you eschew the flesh of fish, there’s no reason that you can’t enjoy a real sushi experience! Our menu has a number of vegetarian options, including the exotic oshinko.

Even if you’re not familiar with the name, you might recognize the oshinko roll for the distinctive, bright yellow brick of vegetation rolled up inside it. This is the oshinko, a pickled Japanese radish. An acquired taste for many, these radishes have a strong flavor that goes well with the mild taste of the rice. They can also be well complemented with soy sauce and wasabi as your particular tastes may dictate. Try this popular vegetarian option at Wild Wasabi today!