Posted on December 8, 2005 by

Japanese Fishermen Turn Sea Monsters Into Dinner

When local Japanese fisherman found their buisness threatened by sea monsters, in this case 6-foot long 450 pound poisonous jellyfish, they decided to do something about it and make these monsters into food. Though jellyfish is far more popular in China, Japanese people have begun eating them dried and salted as a sort of novelty food. College students have even turned them in to tofu and jellyfish collagen is apparently very beneficial for your skin.