“Suzuki in Tokyo Bay” to be offered to athletes in J1 Kawasaki at 16:36 on August 10th

Following the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the Suzuki fish caught in Tokyo Bay, which was planned to be provided in the Olympic Village, was played by the players of the soccer J1, Kawasaki Frontale.

This sea bass was frozen and preserved by a fishery company in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, in order to provide it at the Olympic and Paralympic Games Olympic Village.

Since it was decided to postpone the tournament, I was looking for a new destination, but due to the fact that Frontale director Oniki Tatsu was from Funabashi City, I decided to send it to Frontale free of charge.

On the 10th, at the team's clubhouse restaurant in Aso-ku, Kawasaki City, Suzuki was garlic sauteed and played by the players who finished the training to get stamina to survive the summer.

There were young athletes of the Tokyo Olympics such as Aki Tanaka in the frontale, and I was checking the taste of Suzuki that I might have eaten in the athlete's village this summer.

Tanaka said, “The outside is crispy and the inside is fluffy and delicious. If I think I can eat this kind of rice at the Olympics, I would like to come out again.”

In addition, Director Oniki said, “Since Suzuki has a lot of volume, I wanted to have the players eat it in the Olympic Village. I hope that this will bring attention to the local ingredients.” It was