Collection: Shima Aji

Shimaaji, also known as Striped Jack or White Trevally, is a fish that holds a prominent place in Japanese gourmet circles. When consumed raw as sushi or sashimi, its slightly chewy flesh along with a moderate fat content gives it a succulent and velvety mouthfeel, without being overly dense. This fish is prized for its delicate and subtly complex profile. It embodies a delicate sweetness, paired with a subtle umami note, often described as mildly briny with a hint of richness that elevates its taste, making it a beloved option for those who appreciate nuanced flavors in seafood. It adapts beautifully to grilling and steaming.