Himono, or dried fish, is a product of Japan's long history as an island nation blessed with seafood. Armed with wisdom from the past, preservation methods have evolved to enhance flavor. How does it get so juicy and packed with umami? Visit a key production area to see artisans at work, and feast your eyes on himono dishes that are reinventing the wheel. (Reporter: Alexander W. Hunter)
Numazu Port
Drying horse mackerels
Grill himono over charcoal