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Sea Bream

Tai. The decorative good luck fish.
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12.29.2015

Tai. The decorative good luck fish.

Japanese use the word "omedetai" to describe happy events. Since the last part of the word ("tai") is pronounced the same as the word for sea bream, the fish has come to symbolize good luck in Japan and is commonly served at celebrations like weddings and New Years. Its vibrant red color and determined stare make it the perfect festive decoration. Tai is also pictured being held by Ebisu-sama , the stout god of fertility, to express good luck.

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