Giant Echizen jellyfish, have been appearing in massive schools off the Sea of Japan coastline and gorging on more palatable fare, like prized maguro tuna. Japanese fishermen are outraged at the impact to their livelihood.
So how do the Japanese solve the problem? In the most pragmatic way possible. They decide to eat the jellyfish.
It's so typically Asian.
According to official statement:
"Echizen jellyfish is actually a nutritionist's delight. It's packed with plenty of minerals, like magnesium, and absolutely loads of collagen good for the skin. And it contains almost no calories."