Japan Oyster Farming and harvesting - Japan aquaculture technology - Big Oyster Cultivation

4 Nov 2019
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The oyster is one of the most popular farming organisms in Japan . The history of oyster farming is quite long. A fisherman, who lived in Hiroshima sometime between 1624 and 1643, one day noticed an oyster attached to a rock. He placed
rocks in the shallow water to see if oysters would attach to them, and they did. He also
observed oysters attached to bamboo branches which were being used in the construction of fish traps. These two observations by the fisherman are believed to be the
basis for the ancient methods of oyster farming using stones and bamboo.
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  • You would think they would build a permanent platform for the guy sorting the assembly line since he must doing every time, that step ladder looks wobbly

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  • Give me a Sydney Rock Oyster for taste any day

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  • Wow oysternya seperti batu karang. 🇮🇩

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  • Wow apakah oysternya tdk diberi makan?

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  • Delicious 😋

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  • The secret is radiation from fukushima 😂

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  • Thanks for the information!

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  • puting the rock oysters 1 by 1 into the strings is Tedious work. Great Efforts🙏🏽😎👍🏽 for Great Quality.

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  • Somehow i love this job..

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  • The Japanese are so efficient.

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  • Nice video though not a fan of videos without audio narration

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  • Thanks

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  • 2:47 damn cell phones on the Job site! I am a general foreman for a pipefabrication contractor, and man!!! I would RUN HIS ASS for that. Get off the Facebook while working

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  • I like the story but bad camera men. Next time take better video ok

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  • Chinese should take a page out of the Japanese culture when it comes handling food. Japanese will try their best not to touch your food and they wear gloves that are constantly being changed.

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    • Yawn ! Did Japanese eat oysters wearing mask?

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  • Harvestig oyster in huge quantity a big protein from the sea

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    • A big protein? Have you ever heard of Thanksgiving?

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  • Do you know that the Oysters are formed by cleaning the water and that’s all they are just trash don’t get me wrong I still love them.

    john folsomjohn folsom11 bulan yang lalu
  • Now i hv an idea that if i buy oyster sauce in a supermarket i will look for japan made oyster sauce bcz i knw it's made from this kind of farming ...so amazing!

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  • Cut the bottom rope? 3:11

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    • Aqram Karazi it’s how the rope is weaved. Then the live shell is just put into the middle of the weave

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  • Amazing. But what is that at 5:56?

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    • that is used to absorb moisture.

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  • Nice video

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  • Very clever Japanese 👌

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