Eutrema japonicum

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APG III Classification: DomainEukaryota • (unranked)Archaeplastida • RegnumPlantae • Cladusangiosperms • Claduseudicots • Claduscore eudicots • Cladusrosids • Claduseurosids II • OrdoBrassicales • FamiliaBrassicaceae • TribusEutremeae • GenusEutrema • Species: Eutrema japonicum (Miq.) Koidz.
 Vernacular names
  • EnglishWasabi
  • العربية: واسابي
  • български: Васаби
  • català: Rave japonès
  • čeština: Wasabi
  • dansk: Wasabi
  • Deutsch: Wasabi, Japanischer Meerrettich, Wassermeerrettich
  • Esperanto: Vasabio
  • español: Wasabi
  • eesti: Jaapani vasaabi
  • فارسی: واسابی
  • suomi: Maustekrassi
  • français: Wasabi
  • עברית: ואסאבי
  • हिन्दी: वसाबी
  • magyar: Vaszabi
  • Bahasa Indonesia: Wasabi
  • italiano: Wasabi
  • 日本語: わさび, ワサビ
  • Basa Jawa: Wasabi
  • 한국어: 고추냉이
  • Kurdî: Wasabi
  • Bahasa Melayu: Wasabi
  • Nederlands: Wasabi
  • norsk bokmål: Wasabi
  • polski: Chrzan japoński
  • português: Wasabi
  • română: Wasabi
  • русский: Васаби
  • slovenčina: Wasabi
  • svenska: Wasabi
  • ไทย: วาซาบิ
  • Türkçe: Vasabi
  • українська: Васабі
  • vèneto: Wasabi
  • Tiếng Việt: Wasabi
  • ייִדיש: וואסאבי
  • 中文: 山葵
 Synonyms
Alliaria wasabi (Maxim.) Prantl
Cochlearia wasabi Siebold (invalid)
Eutrema wasabi Maxim.
Wasabia japonica (Miq.) Matsum.
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Wasabi (Japanese: 山葵 or 和佐比;) is a member of the cabbage family. Commonly known as Japanese horseradish, it grows naturally along stream beds in mountain river valleys in Japan. It is green, has an extremely strong flavor. Its hotness is different from chili pepper, which burns the tongue; wasabi's strong sensations shoot up one's sinus cavity instead.

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