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Toyama Bay Sushi Seasonal Toppings

Treasure of Seafood
Seasonally fresh local sushi from Toyama Bay
  • Spring / Summer / Autumn beginning
  • Autumn / Winter / Spring beginning

A Treasure trove of seafood

Toyama Bay Sushi Seasonal Toppings

Toyama Bay is blessed with rich nature and diverse marine products year round. Toyama Bay Sushi prepares these seasonal local ingredients fresh. Delight in naturally grown, fresh, in-season seafood, the specialty of Toyama.

SayoriJapanese halfbeak

SawaraJapanese Spanish mackerel

Shiroebi (nigiri) Broad velvet shrimp
(hand-pressed)

MaajiJapanese horse mackerel

MadaiRed sea bream

ShirogisuJapanese whiting

SurumeikaJapanese flying squid

OkozeStonefish

SazaeTurban shell

Ika kurozukuriSquid in ink

IwagakiIwagaki oyster

MizudakoGiant Pacific octopus

Honmaguro (Kuromaguro)Kuromaguro Pacific bluefin tuna

Pacific bluefin tuna travel the Sea of Japan and arrive at Toyama Bay in summer, to be served as a popular delicacy. The deep red slices with streaks of quality fat are a true luxury.

AkadaiRed porgy

KintokidaiRed bigeye

KurosoiJacopever

ChabachimeRockfish

KajikimaguroMarlin

Saba (shimesaba)Mackerel(marinated)

Nodoguro (Akamutsu) Blackthroat seaperch (Rosy sea bass)

The soft flesh of the blackthroat seaperch is a white yet fatty, and bland yet with a hint of sweetness.

KoshoudaiCrescent sweetlips

YanagibachimeGoldeye rockfish

KurumadaiJapanese bigeye

HiramasaKing Fish

MaiwashiJapanese sardine

AnagoConger(eel)

MasabaChub mackerel

MuroajiMackerel scad

TobiuoFlying fish

Madai (yubiki)Red sea bream(parboiled)

AkaikaFlying squid

IshidaiStriped beakfish

HotaruikaFirefly squid

Schools of firefly squid migrate near the coast to lay eggs from March to early June. Only Toyama serves just-caught, fresh firefly squid.

KohadaYoung gizzard shad

MejimaguroYoung Pacific bluefin tuna

KuromutsuBluefish

KamasuBarracuda

HirameOlive flounder

Baigai (Oecchubai)Japanese ivory shell

ShiroebiBroad velvet shrimp

The broad velvet shrimp is dubbed the “jewel of Toyama” for the beauty of its transparent pink coloring. Only in Toyama is this mollusk caught in larger volumes as fishing techniques advance.

KurodaiBlack porgy

IshimochiWhite croaker

KajikaJapanese fluvial sculpin

SoibachimeFox jacopever

MadakoCommon octopus

ShirosabafuguGreen rough-backed puffer

MadaraPacific cod

KasagoScorpion fish

Sakura masuMasu salmon

Masu salmon come back by the time the cherry blossom. It is also referred to as "Hon masu" in the Toyama. In the Toyama bay, high-grade fish boyfriend not only slightly.