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Pickled eggplant/aubergine definitely. 


  nasu no asazuke


in Japanese or properly




Edit: alternative spellings (in case you're interested)

浅漬け or 漬け物


Hope that helps,



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I eat Italian eggplant (melanzana) at least once a week, but have trouble remembering the English word, and almost no one speaks Italian in Little Italy anymore. Obviously when living in England they and I used the French word aubergine. Another odd culinary, cultural thing is that the Japanese seem to display food that is simultaneously graphically attractive and unappetizing. Sorry. I should always finish my coffee before posting. 

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