Blog No. 4 – Seafood!

February 12, 2010

Japanese people love seafood. Japanese cuisine (日本料理) is world famous for being healthy, fresh and delicious. But there’s another side: a dark side.

Japanese food is sometimes scary. 

           One of my students told me, “I think that  if it’s ugly, it’s more delicious!”  He was joking but we thought of some good examples

The Anglerfish (アンコウ)This might be the scariest fish in the whole world!  I would prefer swimming with JAWS.  I was surprised to learn that Japanese people eat this monster. 

This is from the movie "Finding Nemo" haha!

This one is real, she's a female. And she's beautiful.

                                                                                                                                                                                And the Octupus



                                                                                       the Eel:  

Young Indi Jones with the eels (snakes) 若いインディとうなぎ(本当はヘビ)

                                                                                                                                                     and of course the SQUID!:



                                                                                                                                                                                       *Kahoru and I had some crab recently. It was very good! Here are some pictures.

Thanks for reading this long, terrifying blog post!


p.s. How can I forget Mr. Fugu (the deadly Pufferfish)


That's so puffed up.


2 Responses to “Blog No. 4 – Seafood!”

  1. CHUNK said

    I like Mr.Fugu,especially しらこ.
    しらこ is very good!
    But too expensive…(>д<)

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