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Kinmedai Fish
Inatori city, Shizuoka Pref.

FOOD 2015 30 minutes Episode(s): 1 english Japanese
Kinmedai fish (Golden Eye Snapper) from Inatori City, Shizuoka, is a very popular fish sold at the world-famous Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market under its own brand: Inatori Kinmedai fish. The nutrition-rich Inatori coastal sea allows Kinmedai fish to have fatty tasty meat. The fish is delivered to major fish markets on the same day, straight from the sea. Inatori Kinmedai is actually a registered trademark because no other fish can bear this level of freshness.

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