Our ASC Kanpachi Crudo

Graphic of Hawaii with latitude and longitude of ASC Kanpachi.

ASC Kanpachi Crudo

Celebrate Earth Month with Bamboo’s ASC certified Kanapchi. Bright and refreshing with bold flavors and a hint of heat. Dressed with a coconut curry emulsion, charred pineapple, Fresno chile, cilantro oil and Thai Basil. This featured dish is available thru April 30 only.

An array of sushi, vegetable, and salad dishes on a table.

Delivering the deep, open ocean taste of Keahole Point in Kona, Hawaii.

Kanpachi in the ocean underneath a net, with workers on a fishing boat in the background.

Blue Ocean Mariculture

In the clear, blue waters near Keahole Point in Kona, Hawaii, Blue Ocean Mariculture responsibly raises indigenous Hawaiian kanpachi, a fish unmatched in quality, extraordinary taste, and versatility. Founded in 2009, Blue Ocean Mariculture has spurred a sea change in the way fish are raised, casting off the limitations of traditional fish farming in pursuit of responsibly producing and delivering the meroir of the Hawaiian Islands. Blue Ocean Mariculture raises kanpachi in their natural environment, the open ocean, at depths and temperatures ideal for their natural biology. Blue Ocean Mariculture’s conscious approach is built to improve the marine environment while responsibly safeguarding “the blue economy” for future generations.

A Blue Ocean Mariculture sign outside the fishery building.
Kanpachi at the Blue Ocean Mariculture fishery.
Divers in the ocean below a net filled with fish.
Fish tanks in a Blue Ocean Mariculture building.