About sashimi Edit

Sashimi (Japanese: 刺身, pronounced [saɕimiꜜ]; English: /səˈʃiːmiː/) is a Japanese delicacy primarily consisting of very fresh raw seafood, sliced into thin pieces and served with only a dipping sauce (soy sauce with wasabi paste or other condiments such as grated fresh ginger, or ponzu), depending on the fish, and simple garnishes such as shiso and shredded daikon radish.

Types of sashimi Edit

  • 鮭 Sake: Salmon
  • いか Ika: Squid
  • えび Ebi: Cooked Shrimp
  • まぐろ Maguro: Tuna
  • さば Saba: Mackerel
  • あじ Aji: Horse Mackerel
  • たこ Tako: Octopus
  • とろ Toro: Fatty Tuna
  • はまち Hamachi: Yellowtail
  • ふぐ Fugu: Puffer Fish Takifugu
  • ほたて貝 Hotate-gai: Scallop
  • ウニ Uni: Sea Urchin

See also Edit

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