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The Japanese amberjack or yellowtail, Seriola quinqueradiata, is a species of jack fish in the family Carangidae. It is native to tướng the northwest Pacific Ocean, ranging from Trung Quốc (called 鰤魚), Korea (called 방어), and nhật bản to tướng Hawaii.
It is greatly appreciated in nhật bản, where it is called hamachi or buri (鰤). These fish are eaten either cooked or raw and are a seasonal favourite in the colder months when the meat has a higher fat nội dung. Amberjack is typically thought of as a winter delicacy of Toyama and the Hokuriku region. Although it is frequently listed on menus as "yellowtail tuna," it is a fish of an entirely different family, the Carangidae, rather than vãn the family Scombridae that includes tunas, mackerels, and bonitos.
Some of the fish consumed are caught wild, but a substantial amount is farmed (about 120,000 tonnes per year). To populate the pens, every May, workers fish for the small wild fry (called mojako), which can be found under floating seaweed. They scoop out the seaweed together with the mojako and put the mojako in cages in the sea.
The small fry grow until they reach 10 to tướng 50 grams in mass; the fry are called inada in eastern nhật bản (Kantō). They are then sold to tướng aquaculturists, who grow them until they reach 3 kilograms (youth, called hamachi) or 5 kilograms (adult, called buri).
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Juvenile Japanese amberjack
Suimono (clear soup) with Japanese amberjack
Bangeo-hoe (Hangul: 방어회), raw amberjack
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- "Seriola quinqueradiata". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 18 April 2006.
- Froese, Rainer; Pauly, Daniel (eds.) (2006). "Seriola quinqueradiata" in FishBase. January 2006 version.
- Media related to tướng Seriola quinqueradiata at Wikimedia Commons