The Aji, or the Horse Mackerel. This is not eaten like the others, slathered in wasabi, but eaten with grated ginger, and soy sauce. I loved the firm texture of the fish, and the freshness, which really ..with a little bit of imagination, you could taste the briny sea water still flowing through the veins of the fish. I daren't ask the price. The remaining head and bones are not wasted, and are fried to a lovely crispy offering, which would go jolly well with sake.
If burping were a Japanese way of expressing satisfaction at a meal, then BURRRRPPPPPPP!!!!!
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