SHIRASU *RERUN
Silvery-white Shirasu, or baby Japanese anchovies, are caught along Japan's coasts in the spring and fall. Find boiled and dried ones at your local supermarket, or head closer to a fishing port to savor raw Shirasu. Hauls from a Kanagawa port get eaten up locally before they can reach markets in neighboring Tokyo! Join us on a fishing trip to see how Shirasu are processed, and check out a French restaurant that incorporates the ingredient. (Reporter: Kailene Falls)
Kailene Falls
Shirasu set meal
Boiling Shirasu
Fresh boiled Shirasu