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Sushi Visual Dictionary

Seasonal sushi toppings you’ll want to try

Lean meat of tuna (Akami)
Lean meat of tuna (Akami)
Medium Fatty Tuna (Chutoro)
Medium Fatty Tuna (Chutoro)
Very Fatty Tuna (Otoro)
Very Fatty Tuna (Otoro)
Bonito (Katsuo)
Bonito (Katsuo)
Striped marlin (Makajiki)
Striped marlin (Makajiki)
Mackerel (Saba)
Mackerel (Saba)
Horse mackerel (Aji)
Horse mackerel (Aji)
Gizzard shad (Kohada)
Gizzard shad (Kohada)
Ark shell (Akagai)
Ark shell (Akagai)
Common orient clam (Nihamaguri)
Common orient clam (Nihamaguri)
Mirugai clam (Mirugai)
Mirugai clam (Mirugai)
Japanese egg cockle (Torigai)
Japanese egg cockle (Torigai)
Rediated trough-shell (Aoyagi)
Rediated trough-shell (Aoyagi)
Pen-shell (Tairagi)
Pen-shell (Tairagi)
Sakhalin surf clam (Hokkigai)
Sakhalin surf clam (Hokkigai)
Golden cuttlefish (Sumi ika)
Golden cuttlefish (Sumi ika)
Splendid alfonsino (Kinmedai)
Splendid alfonsino (Kinmedai)
Red seabream (Tai)
Red seabream (Tai)
Striped jack (Shima aji)
Striped jack (Shima aji)
Filefish (Kawahagi)
Filefish (Kawahagi)
Blackthroat seaperch (Nodoguro)
Blackthroat seaperch (Nodoguro)
Japanese pufferfish (Fugu)
Japanese pufferfish (Fugu)
Japanese conger (Anago)
Japanese conger (Anago)
Short-spined sea urchin (Ezobafun uni)
Short-spined sea urchin (Ezobafun uni)
Purple and Northern sea urchins (Kitamurasaki uni)
Purple and Northern sea urchins (Kitamurasaki uni)
Kuruma prawn (Kuruma ebi)
Kuruma prawn (Kuruma ebi)
Botan shrimp (Botan ebi)
Botan shrimp (Botan ebi)
Bluefin tuna (Maguro)
Bluefin tuna (Maguro)

Edomae-style sushi ingredient (Participants only)

Kasugo red seabream (Kasugo)
Kasugo red seabream (Kasugo)
Bastard halibut (Hirame)
Bastard halibut (Hirame)
Japanese halfbeak (Sayori)
Japanese halfbeak (Sayori)
Japanese spanish mackerel (Sawara)
Japanese spanish mackerel (Sawara)
Omelette (Tamagoyaki)
Omelette (Tamagoyaki)
Tuna Roll(Tekkamaki)
Tuna Roll(Tekkamaki)
Dried Gourd Shavings Sushi Roll (kanpyo-maki)
Dried Gourd Shavings Sushi Roll (kanpyo-maki)
Common octopus (Madako)
Common octopus (Madako)

Participants only

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