Here is a pic of four "Red Sea Bream" fish. A "Red Sea Bream" fish is called "Tai" (タイ, たい,or 鯛) in Japanese. The Red Sea Bream fish, "Tai" is a favorite food at festive occasions such as wedding receptions and New Year's Day gathering. The reason is that "MedeTai" (めでたい) in Japanese means "congratulatory." "Tai" tastes really good, but it's expensive. These "Tai" fish in this pic are around 1.5 feet long. This pic was shot at a fish market at Mihama, Chita, Aichi, Japan.
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