Kada / Fish, Dine, and Enjoy the King of the Seas
* Contact as soon as the boat to board is decided
* Contact method requires consultation
Number of Participants3 vessels × 3 persons Number of fishing practitioners per day = 9
* We plan to increase the number of participating fishermen (ships) in the future
Story & Feature
Sea bream or “tai” is often called the “King of the Seas” in Japan. It is a special variety of fish that has been eaten at feasts in Japan since ancient times.
The red sea bream or “madai” found around Kada were particularly highly-regarded even among the variety, and were given as tribute to the imperial court.
Kada is one of the best fishing sites in Japan, thanks to an accumulation of practices against over-fishing and for protection of the fisheries (preventing ecosystem degradation).
Departing from Kada Port before dawn, the solemn beauty of the “Tomogashima” islands is spellbinding.
A fisherman will accompany you as a guide to the fishing site.
In an instant, you’ll be catching a ridiculous number of red sea breams or “madai.” This is the sort of fish you normally only see at refined restaurants.
This thrilling new experience is sure to take you back to childhood and refresh your spirit.
Back in port, the chef at a venerable neighboring restaurant is ready to prepare the madai you’ve caught however you like, while you watch.
Enjoy a luxurious meal of fish you caught for yourself, while gazing out on the sea.
Dining on the perfect dish in the perfect setting is an experience guaranteed to energize you physically, as well.
Take this experience of abundance, and make it yours!