Japan is said to have the world's most advanced aquaculture techniques. Recent years have seen a rise in farm-raised fish, which are said to be even more delicious than those caught in the wild. Red sea bream (tai), flounder (hirame) and yellowtail (hamachi/buri) are among the species now being farmed in Japan to target niche markets. Even bluefin tuna can now be raised in a complete cycle from egg to mature fish. Our guests discuss the secrets of good aquaculture, and Japan's success stories.