Buri is a type of fish called yellowtail or Japanese amberjack. It is also called hamachi in Japan and are often used to prepare sushi. The most common way of cooking buri or adult yellowtail is teriyaki. In colder months when the meat of buri has a higher fat content, they become Japanese favorites and eaten cooked.
Other definition:
Buri refers to a Japanese word for an adult yellowtail

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