Big Eye - Ahi Tuna
These fish are called Big Eye, "Ahi" in Hawaiian or "Kihada" in Japanese. The term means ‘fire’ and originates from when islanders harvested Yellowfin from canoes. Big eye is a equatorial migratory fish that has a firm flesh with a mild taste. When cooked, the meat turns a very light yellow/brown. This larger sized fish finds itself common for sushi, and it is a favorite among our customers.