Unagi: An Eel for the Summer

Written by on August 10th, 2020 // Filed under Blog

The word “unagi” started out as a general Japanese term for freshwater eels. Over time, though, it became recognized on the international scene as the name for a particular variety of eel found in Japan and parts of Korea and China. This eel is popular in Japanese cooking, and often eaten during the hot summer months as a way to replenish nutrients and boost vitality.

If you’re looking for a little extra energy when the weather turns hot, you can find unagi at our Japanese restaurant in Federal Way. Try our eel bowl, and discover the sweet seafood taste that has captivated Japan for centuries!