I was down in Nagoya eating at my favorite sushi shop and they had some Keiji available. Keiji is a special salmon that is immature and swims up river with the adults. This is a one in 10,000 occurrence and these fish are prized, not just because they are rare but because of their youthful oil content.
They are so prized that it's hard to get hold of it at ANY price outside of fancy Ginza sushi bars. The state of the economy meant my fab shop could get a hold of some. Boy was it fantastic!
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