Aku is the Hawaiian name for skip jack tuna and also referred to as bonito. This small tuna (6 to 8 pounds) has a light-colored meat similar to yellowfin. The Japanese call this fish "Katsuo". Aku is a fish with firm wine-red flesh and stronger flavor than Ahi. Aku is usually served broiled or grilled.

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