“Oni” in Japanese means “Ogre monster in old tale”. “Oroshi” in Japanese means grate. “Oni-oroshi” named after blades of bamboo look like Orga’s teeth.
Bamboo has lower heat conduction when you grate daikon, carrot, or apple, it can grate without loosing moisture and fibre, results fluffy & fresh grated Daikon.
Grated daikon can be used in many different Japanese dishes, CIBI especially loves eating Daikon oroshi with hot pot, Shabu-shabu with Goma dressing or Yuzu ponzu, with Udon noodle or Soba noodle, serves with pan-fried salmon or other fish with Ponzu, With chicken kara-age, and more!