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Nutrient content per 100 g

Delicious season


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Commentary on vegetables

  • The shimeji that is in circulation is “Bunashimeji” and “Hiratake”
  • Honshimeji is only a small quantity in the market
  • Previously it was said that hon-shimeji cannot be cultivated, but now it is cultivated
    (Currently cultivated in Mie Prefecture, Kyoto, etc.)
  • Small and not too open are good
  • Contains vitamin D, B1, B2, niacin, etc. and has high nutritional value
  • Buna shimeji and hon shimeji look a lot different

Preservation method

  • Store in a plastic bag in the vegetable room
  • Be careful because it is vulnerable to water
  • Lightly boiled and can be frozen


  • Soup
  • Fried food
  • stew
  • Soup
  • Fried food
  • Grilled food

Food composition table

Per 100g edible portion


Waste rate 0%
Energy 17㎉
moisture 91.1g
Protein 2.7g
Lipid 0.2g
Carbohydrate 5.2g
Sodium 2㎎
Potassium 280㎎
Calcium 2㎎
Magnesium 9㎎
Rin 90㎎
iron 0.4㎎
Zinc 0.6㎎
Copper 0.05㎎
Manganese 0.16㎎
Selenium 2㎍
Molybdenum 3㎍
Vitamin A(Retinol)
Vitamin A(β-carotene)
Vitamin D 0.9㎍
Vitamin E(Tocopherol α)
Vitamin K
Vitamin B1 0.12㎎
Vitamin B2 0.1㎎
Niacin 4.2㎎
Vitamin B6 0.06㎎
Vitamin B12
Folic acid 24㎍
Pantothenic acid 1.07㎎
Biotin 7.3㎍
Vitamin C
Dietary fiber(aggregate amount) 4.2g

Quoted from the Japanese food standard composition table 2015 edition