Summer season is never easy for those sushi aficionados in search of what you find in the colder fall and winter months. That’s not to say the fish is inferior, but during the summer the fish variety, and tastes are very different to those winter months, or in the spring when the taste of tuna (hon-Maguro) is special.
The migration of fish in the summer influences the taste and much as the humidity, and warm waters. The hamaguri is intense in taste and the Japanese tuna is a rainbow of perfection, and a special thanks to Mr. T for coming to spend 10 days with us in the wind and sun of the Aegean Seas.
Categories: Sushi Styles