Kagawa prefecture products
- Seasonal season
- Main production area
- Hiuchi Nada, Bisan Seto, Harima Nada
It has an elongated cylindrical shape similar to an eel, but is characterized by white dots in the center of the body. It is nocturnal and goes under the sand and mud bottom during the day. In addition, in Kagawa prefecture, the largest and thickest Japanese eel are called "Besuke", and Japanese restaurants and restaurants also offer "Beesuke Tempura". It seems that some people outside the prefecture are entertained with some humorous naming and their excitement.
It is a fish that can be caught all year round even when viewed nationwide, and does not lose its taste depending on the season. In addition to boiled foods and tempura, it is also a good fish that goes well with rice, such as grilled and crushed ingredients, or made with the anago soaked in vinegar. The Seto Inland Sea locusts are famous all over the country, and there are plenty of station lunches such as squid and sardine rice.