Nodoguro, characterized by red scales and large eyes, is a fatty, umami-packed fish. Starting out on regional dinner tables, it achieved national fame along with the development of the internet and shipping technology. Its flavor had a lot to do with its success, as demand eventually bumped nodoguro up to high-end prices! Visit Hamada Fishing Port in Shimane Prefecture to learn nodoguro's importance on local industry, and feast your eyes on juicy dishes at Japanese and French restaurants in Tokyo. (Reporter: Saskia Thoelen)
Episode Duration: 28 minutes and 3 seconds
Episode Number: 617
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TRAILS TO OISHII TOKYO (formerly called Trails to Tsukiji) takes an in-depth look at Japanese food available at Tokyo's iconic market, where every kind of fresh food, from seafood to produce, is gathered from around the country.
The program traces unique Japanese foods from the market back to their original source.
Past episodes included: "Abalone," called "the treasure of the sea" in Japan; "Oysters," which the Japanese have been eating for 4,000 years; and "Green Tea," the country's popular beverage of choice.
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