Updated: May 21, 2016
463 view 0 Bookmark

Black Eggs

Do you know about black eggs in Japan? Some of Japanese people called it as “Kuro Tamago”.

Kuro Tamago

Retina pixta 3186967 s
The word “Kuro” means black, and the word “Tamago” means egg in Japanese. Well, they are made at Owakudani, or also known as “The Great Boiling Valley” due to some active sulfur vents and hot springs in that area.

So, why the eggs turn into black color then?

Retina pixta 4714621 s
It is because of the sulfur activities in the valley. Once the eggs are boiled in it, those sulfur and iron elements react with calcium from the eggshells, and turn into black color.

How about the taste then?

Retina pixta 12475768 s
Nothing’s different with the normal boiled eggs.
ramenlover87
I love Ramen and other things about Japan. Please read my articles!

Hot topics!

1

5 Kinds Of Unique Japanese Kitchen Equipment

mondomover
924view
2

10 Must-Explore Neighborhoods to Feel the Real Tokyo

mondomover
1958view
3

3 Interesting Unpopular Prefectures in Japan

mondomover
2490view
4

5 Japanese Alcoholic Drinks You Should Know

mondomover
2759view
5

Perfect Guide To 10 Must-Go Japanese Castles

mondomover
2944view

Recommend topics!

5 High Salary Jobs In Japanese Company In Thailand

wasabi_PR

Comparison Of Work Situations Among 5 Asian Countries

wasabi_PR

How To Travel In Japan By Rental Car In The Best Way

wasabi_PR

5 Finance Jobs In Bangkok, Thailand

wasabi_PR

Welcome To Biei, One Of The Most Beautiful Sceneries In Japan

wasabi_PR

Hotwords