Sea Bream, Pagrus major, is known as Madai in Japan. It is prized for its flavor and for being the "celebration" fish, served at special occasions dating back thousands of years. Madai is known for its beautiful, coppery-red color and large head with a curved back profile. This highly iconic Japanese fish has the ability to compliment all kinds of cuisine, especially in raw applications. There are many types of these Sea Bream, in waters off the coast of Japan, but Madai is a favorite. Fortune's Madai are farmed off the coast of Japan in open-water pens. These fish are raised to approximately 4 pounds.