A small-sized variety of tuna, measuring approximately one meter in length. The flesh is light pink colored with a mild taste; however, the tuna caught at high latitudes have a good amount of fat that gives it great flavor. Due to its long fins, it can sometimes be called "tombo (dragonfly)" in Japanese.
Approximately two meters in length. As the tuna grows, its fins acquire a golden color, giving this fish its common name. Its slightly translucent and beautiful light pink colored flesh has a very unique texture with very little fat, giving it a refreshing taste that is not too strong.
Approximately two meters in length. Its name comes from its extremely large and bright eyes. Compared to the pacific bluefin tuna, its flesh has less fat and a milder taste; however, some sections can also provide delicious, thick and fatty pink meat.
Tuna of the highest quality, measuring approximately three meters in length. The pacific bluefin tuna swims around cold sea waters, bulking its body with large amounts of fat, so it has excellent fat content. It provides both shiny red meat and highly fatty pink flesh with deep, strong flavors.