Anago, Saltwater Eel
Tsushima Island, Nagasaki Pref.
FOOD 2016 25 minutes Episode(s): 12 english Japanese
Tsushima in Kyushu, is a small island located between Japan and South Korea, this small island is famous for Japan's highest production of Anago, saltwater eels. Locals restaurants are serving them as tempura, shabushabu or even as sashimi. The camera shows how the saltwater eels are captured, prepared and then served at the restaurant.
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