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      Ayu. Japan’s sweet river fish.
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      05.31.2016

      Ayu. Japan’s sweet river fish.

      When summer arrives, many Japanese go river fishing for ayu (sweetfish), which has a sweet, distinctive flavor and a refreshing, prized scent that earns the fish its kougyo (aromatic fish) nickname. Catching ayu is prohibited from November to May, as a measure to protect the species, but becomes legal from June when the skin and bones of waka-ayu (young ayu) are especially soft. Ayu breed in late autumn and their larvae are carried to sea to grow before returning to rivers in warmer weather. Why not follow Japanese tradition and kick off your summer with sweet and tasty ayu!

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