Sun dried tomatoes are among the most popular varieties of dried tomatoes.
They are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and can be eaten raw or cooked, although you may find it hard to find them in supermarkets.
Sun dried tomato sales in Japan were up 9.5 percent in March to 3.2 billion yen ($24.6 million), according to the Ministry of Agriculture.
Sun dry tomatoes have also become popular as a salad dressing.
Sun drippings are also widely available at specialty grocery stores, including Sun Dried Tomato Market in Shibuya and Sun Drying Market in Ikebukuro.
Sun Dries have been around for at least a century, and are popular for their unique flavor.
They make a great snack, but they also make a good base for other dishes.
Sun-dried tomatoes, like the popular jalapeno pepper, can be found in restaurants in Japan.
Sun cooked tomatoes have similar nutritional value, but are packed more densely and are more expensive.
They come in several varieties: the more expensive “sun dried” tomatoes are red, yellow, and green, while the cheaper “sun cooked” are black and brown.
They’re often used as a topping for soups and stews.