【Nigiri sushi: Shiromi】
What is Makogarei?
Makogarei (Marbled sole) lives in the shallow areas of inner bays from Hokkaido to Kyushu. Its time to shine is every year from March to April when the Hirame sheds its fat and thins down. Those found in Tokyo Bay are especially highly valued. In Tokyo Bay they are small compared to other production areas, only reaching around 1 kilogram at the largest, and they have a deep umami flavor.
What does Makogarei (Marbled sole) nigiri sushi taste like?
Set aside overnight or for a few days, then its meat will get moist and tender. Palatable sweet taste spreads in mouth. Transparent white meat evokes a cool image of summer. Unlike red flesh, white flesh has a depth and delicacy that can be fully enjoyed.
What is Engawa?
What is Stone flounder (Ishigarei) sushi?
List of White flesh fish (Shiromi)
TokyoBay Seto Inland Sea Oita