Auction grade bafun uni is the top of the top bafun uni (sea urchin) we can find anywhere in the world. Each box is carefully selected by our purveyors and bid on by our auctioneers the morning they are brought into Tokyo's famed Tsukiji Market.
Every morning, our purveyors carefully sift through the boxes of uni available to select and choose the Uni to our exact specification and quality. Each box is harvested and arranged specially off the famed coasts of Hokkaido, Japan.
Yellow Bara Bafun uni consists of high quality Yellow uni that have been meticulously place together in Hokkaido to form the "Bara" or crossed pattern. The cross pattern is normally used when the Uni are of different shape and size.
Rest assured that the uni you receive will be of top quality.
Freshly caught Yellow Bafun Uni (Sea Urchin) has a bright beautiful yellow colour with firm texture and tastes like chestnuts.
Colour: Yellow to Bright Orange
Storage: Should be stored in the fridge and eaten within 3 days
What's the difference between Narabi & Bara Sea Urchin?
Bara Uni is an arrangement that Uni farmers use to create a woven alignment of Uni. Bara tends to be a bit smaller than narabi but chefs love it as much as the smaller pieces of uni can sometimes have an even higher concentration of umami in them!
Yellow Bafun Uni is Best Eaten with/as:
Eating it alone paired with a cup of Sake works too!
*Kindly note that packaging might vary depending on the auction results in the mornings.
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