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- Sargassum fusiforme, a brown seaweed used in Japanese cuisine.
- 2007 August 28, C. Claiborne Ray, “Suspect Seaweed”, in New York Times:
- A. Hijiki, the branched seaweed frequently used in small amounts in salads and garnishes, and other kinds of seaweed do contain more arsenic than other foods, but no arsenic-related health problems have been traced to hijiki in the United States.
- Rōmaji transcription of