Japanese snapper

The Japanese snapper lives in the demersal, marine environment.

We use the freshest fish like japanese snapper, blue fin toro, uni, mirugai, aji, ankimo. We also offer non-sushi dishes such as terryaki, traditional japanese tempura and asian fusion foods. More

TAI KABUTO-NI, head of Japanese snapper, simmered in broth $18.00 BARBECUED SIRLOIN STEAK BITES, ginger sauce $14.00 OCHAZUKE OCHAZUKE SALMON, SEAWEED, UME $8. More

such as shima-aji, blue fin tuna, Japanese snapper - that have contributed to our fame as an authentic dining destination.” Recipient of many awards and innumerable laudatory reviews, Chef Yamada is largely responsible for bringing authentic Japanese cuisine to the Valley. More

Our chef had the spicy tuna and Japanese snapper out in a matter of minutes and I played it cool savoring the taste even though I just wanted to stuff my face. The snapper was amazing. Very fresh and extremely tender with a little sweet aftertaste. More

Common names

Aodai in Japanese (日本語)
Fusilier in English
Japanese snapper in English
Japansk snapper in Danish (dansk)
Panchote japonés in Spanish (español)
Schnapper in German (Deutsch)
Snapper in German (Deutsch)
Vivanette japonaise in French (français)
篮色拟乌尾冬 in Mandarin Chinese
籃色擬烏尾冬 in Mandarin Chinese
蓝色拟乌尾冬 in Mandarin Chinese
藍色擬烏尾冬 in Mandarin Chinese
青若梅鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
青若梅鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
青雞仔 in Mandarin Chinese
青鸡仔 in Mandarin Chinese

Picture of Paracaesio caerulea has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
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Order : Perciformes
Family : Lutjanidae
Genus : Paracaesio
Species : Paracaesio caerulea
Authority : Katayama, 1934