Tokyo fishermen update seafood e-commerce site from their boats

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20 Responses to “Tokyo fishermen update seafood e-commerce site from their boats”

  1. Anonymous says:

    That’s… beautiful.

    Just goes to show, pornographers aren’t the only ones with an eye for innovation.

  2. jeligula says:

    Brilliant. Now the Japanese can get their freshly slaughtered sea mammal before the light of intelligence fades from its eyes.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Direct sale of fish… not illegal in Japan ?

  4. korn says:

    DDDDEEEEE lish!

  5. korn says:

    lip smacking good

  6. Adam Fields says:

    What if I don’t like C.O.D.? Can I get some T.U.N.A. or S.A.L.M.O.N. instead?

  7. coaxial says:

    So do they update the prices of whale too?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Says it’s a kurodai, black sea bream. Never had one myself, but it looks tasty enough to be worth 1500 yen. Judging from the weight range they posted for that catch, (1-1.5 kg), the fish in the picture looks representative.

  9. godisafiction says:

    Cows are mammals too. Aren’t you even a little bit curious what whale tastes like?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Here’s the fish, fresh delivered this morning: http://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac21/aeiou11235/Photo2.jpg

  11. hectorinwa says:

    I’ve always wondered how people rationalize eating octopus. They use tools. That’s where I draw the line. Tool usage. (Though, I’ve been thinking about moving the line back a little after seeing Food Inc. PBS.org was streaming it free this week.)

    • Anonymous says:

      Well, you draw your completely arbitrary line, and other people draw theirs. That’s how you, and they, rationalize what you eat. You need wonder no longer.

      As for how to cook the fish – I suggest heating it up with fire.

  12. Anonymous says:

    That’s really cool! We are living in Tokyo and just ordered exactly the fish on the photo! It costs 2500Â¥ including delivery to the door (gonna get it tomorrow). Any ideas how to cook it?

    • entropy says:

      So how big of a fish is that? And what kind? Does anyone read japanese? And is 26$ (2500 yen) a good price for that kind of fish? I know tokyo is expensive, but that seems like a lot…

    • ben says:

      $26 for a fish? I’ll stick to the classic American style.

    • godisafiction says:

      Olive oil and garlic is my personal go-to recipe for all things fishy when there’s any doubt in mind as to the appropriate way to cook it. Either that or raw, being that its pretty assuredly fresh.

  13. Hirsty says:

    Is it only pictures of fish they’re uploading? Why, I can recall one time off gulpers gap…

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