Chazuke (茶漬け) or ochazuke (お茶漬け, from o + cha tea + tsuke submerge) is a simple Japanese dish made by pouring green tea, dashi, or hot water over rice roughly in the same proportion as milk over cereal, usually with savoury toppings.
Fish completely at the mercy of human whim
Rosanjin Kitaoji (1883-1959), an artist and epicurean, preferred trout to salmon.
"Salmon and trout look similar to the untrained eye, but salmon is no match for trout as a delicacy," he asserted in the October 1932 issue of Hoshigaoka magazine.
Trout, he noted, "produces far more delicious broth than salmon" when used as a topping for chazuke, a dish made by pouring tea or broth over a bowl of cooked rice.
"Only experience can refine one's palate," Kitaoji is quoted as saying.