This was the final YouTube video that Guy Toyama uploaded last week.
I know that he himself personally was the one that started these tours as I was invited to one personally!
Each Friday, the Friends of NELHA hosts a fascinating aquaculture farm tasting tour from 10AM. Number is limited to 20 people so reservation is required. This is one of the farms on the tour and they are raising kampachi which is the Japanese name of the amberjack. They are also experimenting with new species including the Giant Grouper, Peacock Grouper (Roi) and the Chub (Nenue). Smoked kampachi is available for tasting after the tour.
- Rest In Peace Guy Toyama – The “Mayor” of NELHA (damontucker.com)
- Sustainable fish farming tool listed on TIME’s “Best Inventions” list (greenerideal.com)
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