Shishamo, also known as smelt, capelin, or willow leaf fish, is a small fish native to Japan that is prized for its rich flavor, texture, and roe. They are usually grilled or fried and eaten whole together with its head, soft bones, and tail. Shishamo has a mild flavor with eggs that have a light salinity and subtle sweetness. They are a highly seasonal fish that is only caught along the coast of Hokkaido during October and November.
Each box contains 30 fish.