Wild-Caught Japanese Sea Scallops

  • Riviera Seafood Club's Wild-Caught Japanese Sea Scallops, scientifically named Patinopecten yessoensis, are sustainably and responsibly wild-caught in Hokkaido, Japan. Their flavor is incredibly deep and rich paired with a complex texture that is either delicate and soft when raw or firm when cooked. Wild-Caught Japanese Sea Scallops, called Hotatekai in Japanese, will arrive at your door as frozen whole scallops.

    Our Wild-Caught Japanese Sea Scallops are sushi and sashimi grade best either raw or pan-seared. Riviera's Japanese Scallops are sustainably sourced with our fisherman receiving the Maine Stewardship Council’s accreditation as a globally sustainable fishery.

    All orders of Wild-Caught Japanese Sea Scallops are individually packaged, frozen using IqF, and shipped using overnight express delivery. Each order is shipped in refrigerated packaging and will arrive at your dining table within two days (one for processing, one for shipping). We guarantee our Japanese Sea Scallops are the best quality that you can find!

    • Species: Scallops
    • Scientific Name: Patinopecten yessoensis
    • Japanese Name: Hotatekai
    • Alternative Name: Yesso scallop
    • Cut: Whole
    • Flavor: Incredibly deep and rich
    • Texture: Delicate/soft (raw) to Firm (cooked)
    • Source: Wild-Caught in or near Hokkaido, Japan
    • Sustainable: Yes
    • Responsible: Yes
    • Shipping Packaging: Frozen, IqF (Individually Quick Frozen)
    • Sushi Grade: Yes
    • Recommended Preparation: Sashimi, Sushi, or Cooked
  • You may store this in the refrigerator for up to three days for raw consumption and anything after that for cooking preparations. To store for later use and for best results, we suggest immediately putting in freezer for up to one week for raw consumption or one month for cooking use.

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