Daigo is yellow-colored, pickled daikon raddish. It is a sidedish for islanders, eaten with rice and meat. Daigo is available at many gas stations and road-side food stands around the island. When shopping for the raddish, it is already yellow. It may come as a single, long raddish, or multiple, short pieces.
The "raw" raddish you need to make daigo.
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