丹後ぐじ Tango Guji (Horse-head fish) 丹後馬頭魚



Tango Guji, known as a Horse-Head fish is a white meat fish, where the simple, but sweet taste is essential in Kyoto’s dishes. The longline fishing method is used to capture the fish, therefore the fish is not touched and the temperature is maintained and is kept fresh. In addition, only the most beautiful, scratchless, and freshest Horse-Head fish have been delivered. Because they are soft, it can also be eaten as dried-fish or pickled with miso (Miso-zuke). Other than that, it can be eaten together as Sashimi, Shioyaki, Teriyaki, Sakemushi, Karaage, Shabu-shabu and Sushi.